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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragonfly

Dragonfly nymphs vary in form with species and are loosely classed into claspers, sprawlers, hiders, and burrowers. The first instar is known as a prolarva, a relatively inactive stage from which it quickly moults into the more active nymphal form. [28]

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Varies with climate: some species fly all year in the South. Others appear only in early spring, or midsummer. Generally prefer warm weather. Dragonflies are diurnal (they perch at night) but some are more active in the early morning/late evening, and some are more active in midday.

bioweb.uwlax.edu/bio203/s2007/cocchiol_matt/Classification.htm

Classification. In this page, I will describe each phylogenetic classification that the Hine's Emerald Dragonfly belongs to and why it fits into that group. Domain: Eukarya S. hineana, like all animals, fits into the domain Eukarya because all of the organisms cell's are eukaryotic, meaning ...

www.everythingabout.net/.../arthropods/insects/dragonfly

Information on Dragonfly - pictures, articles, classification and more. Dragonfly, common name for any member of an order of predaceous aquatic insects characterized by an elongate body, agile flight, and two roughly equal pairs of membranous wings.

www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Dragonfly

Dragonfly is the common name for any insect belonging to the infraorder (or suborder) Anisoptera of the order Odonata, characterized by an elongated body, large multifaceted eyes, and two pairs of strong transparent wings, which at rest are typically held out to the side or out and downward.In a broader sense, "dragonfly" is used to designate any insect in Epiprocata (Bechly 1996), which...

a-z-animals.com/animals/dragonfly

The dragonfly is large predatory insect generally found around watery areas in both the North and South Hemispheres. The dragonfly is very similar to a damselfly but the wings on the adults are considerably different.The dragonfly is found hovering near lakes...

www.britannica.com/animal/dragonfly

Dragonfly, (suborder Anisoptera), also called darner, devil’s arrow, or devil’s darning needle, any of a group of roughly 3,000 species of aerial predatory insects most commonly found near freshwater habitats throughout most of the world. Damselflies (suborder Zygoptera) are sometimes also called dragonflies in that both are odonates (order Odonata).

www.dragonfly-site.com/types-of-dragonflies.html

Types of Dragonflies . An estimate of 3012 dragonfly species had been described until 2010. These species have been classified into 11 families comprising about 348 genera. They are mainly distributed into three super-families, the first being. Aeshnoidea. This is a super-family consisting of dragonflies.

www.odonatacentral.org

Dragonfly ID features bar charts built from the OdonataCentral database of sightings, recent sightings submitted to OdonataCentral displayed on maps, crowd-sourced text, images and more. Status and distribution information for odonates in North America! Download from the Apple App store or the Google Play Store. Learn more here.

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