DIPLACODES TRIVIALIS PDF
Kingdom: Animalia. Phylum/Division: Arthropoda. Class: Insecta. Order: Odonata. Family: Libellulidae. Genus: Diplacodes. Species: D. trivialis. Common Names. Male: Wing spot: Dark grey or Black Eye: Reddish brown & pale bluish Small bluish dragonfly with black markings on thorax and abdomen in adult; Similar to. Familia: Libellulidae Subfamilia: Sympetrinae Genus: Diplacodes Species: Diplacodes trivialis. Name. Diplacodes trivialis (Rambur, ).
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File:Diplacodes trivialis, West Bengal, India 13 09 2012.jpg
Tail Length Birds cm. Odonata of Nagaland, with an addition to the Indian odonate fau If you wish to contribute any images, documents, videos or other forms of media, or if you have any queries…. It could also cover phenomena such as “plant flowering” or “chewing rates”. Odonata diversity was assessed in 13 temporary water bodies of Coimbatore and Salem districts in Ta Description In the males of this small dragonfly, the hindwing is 22 to 23 mm in length and the total body length ranges from 29 to 32 mm.
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This species breeds in ponds, wet rice fields, shallow lakes, drainage ditches and similar habitats. CS1 French-language sources fr Articles with ‘species’ microformats Commons category link is on Wikidata. It shows just how much those ‘fresh’ wings glisten. Data related to Diplacodes trivialis at Wikispecies. Encyclopedia of Life EOL. Catchment landscape degradation and habitat modifications of freshwater ecosystems are a primary ca Most of the limnological studies in India have focussed on a few taxa of large, permanent water bod A survey of Odonata was conducted in four reserve forests, three wildlife sanctuaries and three unc This shot shows his white frons face.
Greenish yellow or olivaceous. Always found close to the ground as the name suggests; seen along pathways, meadows, playgrounds or even homesteads; can be seen well away from water. This page was last edited on 24 Decemberat Thursday, March 3, So common, yet so difficult to photograph well.
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Paler Yellowish green ground colour marked with black in sub-adults. Female wing color Odonata.
In old individuals all markings are obscured by fine blue pruinescence. Eiplacodes file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it.
Diplacodes trivialis is a widespread species, occurring from India to China and Japan and southwards to New Guinea and Australia.
Natural History Natural History Cyclicity. The present study was undertaken to examine the diversity, occurrence and distribution pattern of d Female eye color Odonata. Dragonflfes and Damselflfes Odonata: Search in all groups Search within this group.
Dragonflies of India-A field guide. Male hindwing size Odonata mm. Species dip,acodes search options Taxon Hierarchy. This really is the species that got me interested in odonata in the first place. The ‘BioAtlasIndia’ website family currently has the following members: However, I can’t really tell where the mouth starts and the damselfly ends Views Read Edit View history.
Retrieved from ” https: Dragonflies and Damselflies Odonata: Diplacodes trivialis is small dragonfly with bluish eyes and greenish-yellow or olivaceous thorax and diplacoddes with black marks.
Or, Login with your user account:. Australian Biological Resources Study. Terrestrial; Freshwater List of Habitats: The abdomen is thin with the last three segments black. Has a large range dpilacodes tropical and subtropical Asia and Australasia.
Diplacodes trivialis – Blue Ground Skimmer – Odonata of India
If you want to see this dragonfly, simply go to a body of water and you’re sure to find some. One of the commonest dragonflies in gardens, fields, playgrounds. Describes reproductive physiology and behavior, including mating and life history variables.