Damselfly

The damselfly is a slender, predatory insect of the suborder Zygoptera, order Odonata, very similar to a dragon-fly but with wings of equal length when folded over the body while the animal is resting.
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damselfly

[n] - slender non-stinging insect similar to but smaller than the dragonfly but having wings folded when at rest
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damselfly

noun slender non-stinging insect similar to but smaller than the dragonfly but having wings folded when at rest
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damselfly

any of a group of predatory, aerial insects that are in the order Odonata. Damselflies are found mainly near shallow, freshwater habitats and are ... [2 related articles]
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damselfly

damselfly: see dragonfly.
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damselfly

Long, slender, colourful dragonfly of the suborder Zygoptera, with two pairs of similar wings that are generally held vertically over the body when at rest, unlike those of other dragonflies
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Damselfly

Calopterygidae – demoiselles Chlorocyphidae – jewels Coenagrionidae – pond damselflies Dicteriadidae – barelegs Diphlebiidae – azure damselflies Euphaeidae – gossamerwings Hemiphlebiidae – ancient greenling Isostictidae – narrow-wings Lestidae – spreadwings Megapodagrionidae – flatwings Perilestidae – shortwings Platycnemidid...
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damselfly

A small member of the dragonfly family.
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Damselfly

it appears the same as the dragonfly, they are aquatic insects found in ponds and lakes and they are an important food for many species of fish
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Damselfly

an important stillwater aquatic insect most commonly imitated in the nymphal form; usually hatches in early to mid-summer. Adult looks like a dragonfly, but folds its wings along its back when at rest.
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Damselfly

an important stillwater aquatic insect most commonly imitated in the nymphal form; usually hatches in early to mid-summer. Adult looks like a dragonfly, but folds its wings along its back when at rest.
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