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Types of Dragonflies

Anotogaster Sieboldii
Anotogaster Sieboldii

Anotogaster sieboldii, as known as golden-ringed dragonfly, jumbo dragonfly, Siebold's dragonfly or oniyanma (オニヤンマ、鬼蜻蜓、馬大頭) in Japanese, 無霸勾蜓 in Chinese language and 장수잠자리("jang-su-jamjari", means 'General Dragonfly') in Korean language is the largest species of dragonfly native to Eastern Asia, especially Japan, China, Korean Peninsula.

Anotogaster ​Sieboldii​
Anotogaster ​Sieboldii​

Anotogaster sieboldii (Selys, 1854) is a large dragonfly found in Eastern Asian, including China Guandong and Guangxi, Japan, Russian Federation, Southern Far East Russia, Taiwan. It is the largest species of dragonfly in Japan and in China Taiwan.

Austropetaliidae​
Austropetaliidae​

Austropetaliidae is a small family of dragonflies occurring in Chile, Argentina and Australia. Members of Austropetaliidae can be medium-sized to large dragonflies. This group was initially created for some archaic members of the family Neopetaliidae and was promoted to family rank in 1994.

Chlorogomphus​
Chlorogomphus​

Chlorogomphus Selys, 1854: Chlorogomphus is a genus of dragonfly in the family Chlorogomphidae. The genus contains the following species:

Cordulegastridae​
Cordulegastridae​

The Cordulegastridae are a family of Odonata (dragonflies) from the suborder Anisoptera.They are commonly known as spiketails. Some vernacular names for the species of this family are biddie and flying adder. They have large, brown or black bodies with yellow markings, and narrow unpatterned wings. Their bright eyes touch at a single point, and they can be found along small, clear, woodland ...

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Darners
Darners

A dragonfly is an insect belonging to the order Odonata, infraorder Anisoptera (from Greek ἄνισος anisos, "uneven" and πτερόν pteron, "wing", because the hindwing is broader than the forewing).

Darners​
Darners​

A dragonfly is an insect belonging to the order Odonata, infraorder Anisoptera (from Greek ἄνισος anisos, "uneven" and πτερόν pteron, "wing", because the hindwing is broader than the forewing).

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Gomphidae​
Gomphidae​

The Gomphidae are a family in the Odonata commonly referred to as clubtail dragonflies; the family contains about 90 genera and 900 species; individual species may be found across North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

Lokia​
Lokia​

Lokia Lokia is a genus of dragonfly in family Libellulidae. It contains the following species: ... Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lokia. No exact match found.

source: encyclo.co.uk
Macromia
Macromia

This emblematic species is the only European representative of the Macromia dragonflies, a genus that is widespread and abundant throughout tropical regions of the world .

source: arkive.org
Macromia​
Macromia​

This emblematic species is the only European representative of the Macromia dragonflies, a genus that is widespread and abundant throughout tropical regions of the world . The sides of the head of the shining macromia dragonfly are entirely yellow, while the top features two large symmetrical yellow spots, separated by a black furrow.

source: arkive.org
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Meadowhawks
Meadowhawks

The variegated meadowhawk (Sympetrum corruptum) is a dragonfly of the family Libellulidae, native to North America.

Meadowhawks​
Meadowhawks​

The variegated meadowhawk is a small to medium-sized dragonfly with a slender abdomen, often reaching a length of 1 5 / 8" (41 mm) to 1 11 / 12" (49 mm). The male is commonly dark brownish black with an abdomen of bright red, pink, and golden brown.

Petaluridae
Petaluridae

Modern petalurids include only 11 species, one of which, the Australian Petalura ingentissima, is the largest of living dragonflies, having a wingspan of up to 160 mm and a body length of over 100 mm. Other Australian species include Petalura gigantea (commonly known as the giant dragonfly).

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Petaluridae​
Petaluridae​

Modern petalurids include only 11 species, one of which, the Australian Petalura ingentissima, is the largest of living dragonflies, having a wingspan of up to 160 mm and a body length of over 100 mm. Other Australian species include Petalura gigantea (commonly known as the giant dragonfly).

image: snipview.com
Skimmers
Skimmers

What is a floating pool skimmer? The biggest complaint most swimming pool owners make is the the time it takes to maintain a pool. Lets face it, cleaning a pool isn’t a fun job and most people would prefer a better way.

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Skimmers​
Skimmers​

Many swimming pool skimmer owners use their floating skimmer as their only pool cleaner, preferring to give their pool a quick fortnightly vacuum. This is a simple, cheap and effective way to maintain your pool.

source: dragonfly.biz