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[edit]. Diplacodes trivialis (Rambur, ).

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The study reports the results from surveys for Odonates in the State of Goa over 19 months during Male leg color Odonata. The current map showing distribution of species trviialis only indicative. Eye’ll be watching you Diplacodes trivialis, Burdwan, West Bengal, India 13 09 6.

Female eye color Odonata. General description of the sites where the species is found ecosystem, forest, environment or microhabitat. Diplacodes trivialis, West Bengal, India 13 09 3. The 10th segment and anal appendages are completely yellow. Encyclopedia of Life EOL. Abdominal markings are broader and continued on to diplacldes Related People Tang Hung Bun.

Here is a specimen caught in a cobweb. Diplacodes trivialis is a widespread species, occurring from India to China and Japan and southwards to New Guinea and Australia. It is used extensively for research as well as educational and outreach activities by professional and citizen scientists.

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Localities Common in many open marshes in disturbed areas tfivialis Singapore.

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Thursday, March 3, CS1 French-language sources fr Articles with ‘species’ microformats Commons category link is on Wikidata. Posted by Dennis Farrell at 4: This is a Quality image and is considered to meet the Quality image guidelines. It shows just how amazing they are to look at. The abdomen is thin with the last three segments black. Studies on the odonate fauna of Meghalaya. Includes communication, perception, modes and mechanisms of locomotion, as well as long term strategies except mating and reproductive strategies, covered under reproduction.

Views View Edit History. Dragonflies of India-A field guide. OOI by the numbers: Dragonflies and damselflies Insecta: This image has been assessed under the valued image criteria and is considered the most valued image on Commons within the scope.

The male starts off yellow and looks identical to the female. Also see other supporters It was amazing to watch. A preliminary study on the diversity of odonata in Bodoland University and its vicinity, Assam, India Diplacodes trivialis female, a small greenish yellow dragonfly with black markings.

Does not include altitudinal distribution, which is covered under Habitat.

Studies on the entomofauna of Kane Wildlife Sanctuary revealed the occurrence of species of ins I, the copyright holder of this work, hereby publish it under the following license:. Terrestrial; Freshwater List of Habitats: This image was selected as picture of the day on Bengali Wikipedia.

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Diplacodes trivialis (Rambur, ) – Taxonomy

They are also extremely skittish and will often fly away at the slightest movement. If you want to see this dragonfly, simply go to a body of water and you’re sure to find some. Geographical distribution of Odonata Insecta of Eastern India. Description Diplacodes trivialis, West Bengal, India 13 09 Similar to male Eye: Documenting the fauna of a small temporary pond from Pune, Maharashtra, India Desc: A list of Odonates from Sahyadri Tiger reserve and Amboli with discussion on habitat requirement It breeds in ponds, wet rice fields, shallow lakes, drainage ditches and similar habitats.

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Message The user has shared this species from India Biodiversity Portal with you. The anal appendages are white.

Odonata of Tripura, northeastern India with a pictorial catalog This image was selected as picture of the day on Wikimedia Commons for diplacods June Share on facebook Share by email. In old adults the thorax is covered with fine blue pruinescence.