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Keys
Morphoglossary
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ZYGOPTERA (Damselflies)

Calopterygidae

Vestalis amoena
(Charming Flashwing)


Chlorocyphidae

Libellago aurantiaca
(Fiery Gem)


Coenagrionidae

Agriocnemis feminaAgriocnemis femina
(Variable Wisp)
Archibasis violaArchibasis viola
(Violet Sprite)
Ceriagrion cerinorubellumCeriagrion cerinorubellum
(Ornate Coraltail)
Ischnura senegalensisIschnura senegalensis
(Common Bluetail)
Mortonagrion arthuri
(Arthur's Midget)

Pseudagrion australasiae
(Look-alike Sprite)
Pseudagrion microcephalumPseudagrion microcephalum
(Blue Sprite)
Pseudagrion pruinosumPseudagrion pruinosum
(Grey Sprite)


Lestidae

Lestes praemorsus decipiensLestes praemorsus decipiens
(Crenulated Spreadwing)


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ANISOPTERA (Dragonflies)

Aeshnidae

Anax guttatusAnax guttatus
(Emperor)


Corduliidae

Epophthalmia vittigeraEpophthalmia vittigera
(Pond Cruiser)


Gomphidae

Epophthalmia vittigeraAcrogomphus malayanus
(Malayan clubtail)
Macrogomphus quadratus
(Forktail)
Merogomphus femoralis
(Malayan Spineleg)


Libellulidae

Acisoma panorpoidesAcisoma panorpoides
(Trumpet Tail)
Aethriamanta gracilisAethriamanta gracilis
(Pond Adjutant)
Brachydiplax chalybea
(Blue Dasher)
Macrodiplax coraMacrodiplax cora
(Coastal Glider)
Neurothemis fluctuansNeurothemis fluctuans
(Common Parasol)

Orchithemis pruinans
(Blue Sentinel)
Orthetrum chrysisOrthetrum chrysis
(Spine-tufted Skimmer)
Orthetrum sabinaOrthetrum sabina
(Variegated Green Skimmer)
Rhodothemis rufaRhodothemis rufa
(Common Redbolt)
Rhyothemis phyllisRhyothemis phyllis
(Yellow-Barred Flutterer)

Rhyothemis triangularisRhyothemis triangularis
(Sapphire Flutterer)
Tholymis tillargaTholymis tillarga
(White-Barred Duskhawk)
Tramea transmarina eurayleTramea transmarina eurayle
(Saddlebag Glider)
Trithemis auroraTrithemis aurora
(Crimson Dropwing)
Trithemis festiva
(Indigo Dropwing)
Tyriobapta torrida
(Treehugger)
Urothemis signata insignata
(Scarlet Basker)

 

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