damselfly


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damselfly

any insect of the suborder Zygoptera, similar to but smaller than dragonflies.
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For example, zooplankton assemblages in high altitude ponds in the Rocky Mountains show patterns of organization similar to the damselfly system (Dodson 1970, 1974, Sprules 1972).
Damselfly larvae swim by vigorously moving their abdomens from side-to-side and using the three caudal lamellae at the end of the abdomen to generate thrust.
The photograph of a blue-tailed damselfly, by 10-year-old Max Eve from Hexham, won the under-12s prize in the prestigious annual competition.
Roedd yna fursen arall o gwmpas hefyd, sef y fursen las asur, Coenagrion puella, yr Azure Damselfly.
Molecular systematics and adaptive radiation of Hawaii's endemic damselfly genus Megalagrion (Odonata: Coenagrionidae).
There are 17 species of damselfly and 23 resident species of dragonfly in the UK.
From 2005 through 2009, the NYNHP, in cooperation with DEC, coordinated the NY Dragonfly and Damselfly Survey (NYDDS) to study New York's dragonfly and damselfly populations.
Christopher Marsden spotted this beautiful Large Red Damselfly in Longwood.
HUNDREDS of a threatened species of damselfly have been reintroduced to a nature reserve as part of efforts to secure the insect's future following pioneering work at Liverpool University.
Small and naturalist Lula Field who was his co-leader on an Athol Bird and Nature Club dragonfly and damselfly walk Saturday.
Topics include methods and gear for quantitative stream drift sampling, parasites of Hawaiian stream fishes, the genetic health of four Megalagrion damselfly species, and aquatic insect taxa as indicators of aquatic species richness and habitat disturbance.