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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragonfly

Dragonflies having simple flap shed the eggs in water, mostly in flight. Dragonflies having ovipositor, use it to puncture soft tissues of plants and place the eggs singly in each puncture they made. Dragonfly nymphs vary in form with species and are loosely classed into claspers, sprawlers, hiders, and burrowers.

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What Is the Scientific Name of the Dragonfly? What Is the Scientific Name of the Dragonfly? The dragonfly's scientific name is Anisoptera, from the phylum Arthropoda, class Insecta and order Odonata, and it's best known for its beautiful coloring and sparkling wings. ... genus species name for dragonfly dragonfly classification dragonfly ...

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The dragonfly is best known for its beautiful colours and the way it's body and wings sparkle when the dragonfly is flying around the water. Dragonflies have long, thin and generally colourful bodies, large eyes and two pairs of transparent wings. As with other species of insect, the dragonfly also has six legs but it is unable to walk on solid ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anax_(dragonfly)

Anax (from Ancient Greek ἄναξ anax, "lord, master, king") is a genus of dragonflies in the family Aeshnidae.It includes species like the emperor dragonfly, Anax imperator.. Anax are very large dragonflies. They generally have light-cloured bodies and dark tails with pale markings. Some species are migratory (Anax junius).Species. The genus Anax includes the following species:

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A name used all around the world to classify a living organism. It is composed of a genus and species name. A sceintific name can also be considered for non living things, these are usually called ...

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There are so many families and genus, and you can find good descriptions online for all of them. I will just explain how to identify the darners, Aeshnidae, one of the more common families of dragonfly.Species and genus-level ID is harder, but with more practice, you will get it.

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Genus is after family but before species. ... Despite their name, dragonflies are not related to common flies. In fact, they are part of an entirely different order of insects. Dragonflies are ...

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The Dragonfly has eyes that cover most of the head surface and they can fly at speeds of 20-35 miles per hour. Their prey include mosquitoes and midges as well as moths, butterflies, smaller dragonflies, and other flying insects. Other common names for Dragonflies include mosquito hawks, devil's darning needles and snake doctors.

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Dragonflies feed while flying, preying on smaller insects such as flies, gnats and mosquitoes. Dragonflies evolved about 300 million years ago, and they number about 5,000 known species. A modern dragonfly's wingspan is two to five inches, but dragonfly fossils with wingspans of two feet have been unearthed.

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A resting Common Green Darner They are large specimens that are common throughout North America and are thought to be somewhat migratory. They are members of the family Aeschnidae, a group of giant darners that have flight speeds one wouldn't expect from such a large and heavy-looking insect.