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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General description of the sites where the species is found ecosystem, fiplacodes, environment or microhabitat. Email us at dbsthh nus. Odonates were surveyed in Coimbatore District from September to January This is a Quality image and is considered to meet the Quality image guidelines.
The female is also extremely common and is very similar to the young male, except the anal appendages differ. Female leg color Odonata.
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Has a large range in tropical and subtropical Asia and Australasia. The abdomen is thin with the last three segments black. Diplacodes trivialis Rambur, Kingdom: It was amazing to watch.
This dragonfly usually perches on the ground and rarely flies above 1m. It breeds in ponds, wet rice fields, shallow lakes, drainage ditches and similar habitats.
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Includes communication, perception, modes and mechanisms of locomotion, as well as long term strategies except mating and reproductive strategies, covered under reproduction. Share on facebook Share by email. Comprising its size, shape, texture and orientation. Clear wings, without apical or basal markings, and the creamy white anal appendages and frivialis pruinescence in adults help to distinguish this species from others in its genus. So common, yet so difficult to photograph well.
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.
A small greenish yellow dragonfly with black markings. The platform is designed for aggregating, displaying and analysing biodiversity data from tropical developing countries and other biodiversity hotspots such as India. General Biology This species is sometimes found far away from water source. Female abdomen size Odonata mm. Diplacodes phalerata Uhler, Odonata di;lacodes the Western Ghats of Maharashtra, I Geographical distribution of Odonata Insecta of Eastern India.
One morning at a large exposed pond in Khao Yai NP, there were literally hundreds of teneral females that had just emerged. Retrieved 12 Oct Female eye color Odonata.
Here is a sub-adult male diplaocdes is half-yellow, half-blue. Odonates of Zilpi Lake of Nagpur India with a note on the emergence of the libellulid dragonfly, Tri Technology Biodiversity in India. Diplacodes trivialis Rambur, May be referred to as or include habit, defined as the characteristic mode of growth or occurrence associated to its environment, particularly for plants.
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