Odonata

[n] - dragonflies and damselflies
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Odonata

O·don'a·ta noun plural [ New Latin , from Greek 'odoy`s , 'odo`ntos , a tooth.] (Zoology) The division of insects that includes the dragon flies.
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Odonata

order Odonata noun dragonflies and damselflies
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Odonata

• (n. pl.) The division of insects that includes the dragon flies.
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Odonata

insect order comprising the dragonflies (suborder Anisoptera) and the damselflies (suborder Zygoptera). The adults are easily recognized by their two ... [1 related articles]
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Odonata

Zygoptera (damselflies) == Etymology == Fabricius coined the term Odonata from the Greek οδόντoς (οδούς), odontos (tooth) apparently because they have teeth on their mandibles, even though most insects also have toothed mandibles. ==Systematics and taxonomy== This order has traditionally been grouped together with the mayflies and sever...
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odonata

the order of insects that includes dragonflies and damselflies
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Odonata

insect order with slender bodies, large eyes, and two pairs of equal-sized, transparent wings; includes dragonflies and damselflies
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