The stunning picture of a damselfly
Behavior and population structure of the damselfly
, Enallagma civile (Hagen) (Odonata: v Coenagrionidae).
and dragonfly nymphs feed on small aquatic organisms, fish, and tadpoles (Corbet 1999, Colburn 2004), while adults feed on mosquitoes, butterflies, and other winged insects associated with vegetation of aquatic habitats.
Costs of sexual interactions to females in Rambur's forktail damselfly
, Ischnura ramburi (Zygoptera: Coenagrionidae).
Schultz's continued work with male damselfly
coloration (Schultz et al.
The sister group of Argia is not known; we include six outgroup taxa representing other damselfly
An electrically powered small-scale model flew in April 2007, paving the way for a 100-kg full-scale Damselfly
She has been born without wings and therefore is able to hide her Damselfly
ROY FLANNERY took this picture of a colourful damselfly
near his garden pond in Hemingford Road, Walsgrave, Coventry.
larvae are likewise thin and have three flat, paddle-like gills projecting off the posterior of their abdomens.
Younger students (ages 5 to 7) enjoy fishing for crabs, catching waterstriders, studying damselfly
nymphs, experimenting with estuary water, plant art, nature hikes, and games.
The best rainbow trout at Pocklington was a 9lb catch from Park Meadow Pool for Birmingham angler Denis Clayton, while nine-year-old William Reay took a 4lb rainbow that was also tempted by a damselfly