Aeshnidae


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Aeshnidae

[′esh·nə·dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of odonatan insects in the suborder Anisoptera distinguished by partially fused eyes.
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The family with the greatest number of genera was Libellulidae with 13 genera, followed by Gomphidae (09 genera) and Aeshnidae (03 genera) (Table 1).
Family Aeshnidae has 09 species belonging to 06 genera; Cordulegasteridae has only one species, Corduliidae has 03 species of 02 genera, Gomphidae has 12 species of 09 genera and Libellulidae has 43 species belonging to 21 genera.
Leptophlebidae Atalophlebia australis Lymnephilidae Sp b Corduliidae Lymnephilidae Sp c Syrphidae Aeshnidae Hydropsychiidae Physidae Physa acuta Simuliidae Scirtidae Scirtes sp.
Minimum number of individuals (MNI) consumed Taxon MNI Aeshnidae gen.
La familia Aeshnidae tuvo muy baja abundancia, posiblemente por la reducida visibilidad de la columna de agua, lo cual disminuye el exito de sus ninfas para alimentarse (Santos 1981).
The dominate dragonfly family was Libellulidae, which accounted for 18 of the 30 total species, followed by Aeshnidae (4 spp.
Otras especies en cambio, si bien no son consideradas como migratorias, se caracterizan por presentar alta dispersion, en particular libelulas de las familias Aeshnidae y Libellulidae.
La actividad larval de odonatos de la familia Libellulidae permanecio en 2009 aunque en bajas densidades comparadas con las encontradas en 2008; la actividad de efemeropteros se mantuvo representada en la familia Baetidae (con abundancias comparables), desapareciendo del registro los odonatos de las familias Coenagrionidae y Aeshnidae, asi como las chinches Notonectidae.
They want to learn how to tell their Aeshnidae from their Gomphus, and perhaps coming away with a better understanding of the life of odes.
Part I: Aeshnidae, Petaluridae, Gomphidae, Cordulegastridae.
Like SH, predators (PR) of Jaboque had large body sizes, as Odonata (primarily Aeshnidae and Coenagrionidae families) and other taxa such as beetles of the family Dytiscidae and leeches of the family Piscicolidae.