Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Yellow Waxtail (Ceriagrion coromandelianum)

Very common damselfly recorded from all areas of the country. It is easily distinguished from other damselflies by having bright yellow abdomen of males. It breeds in weedy water and males can be seen in such habitats such as weedy tanks, ponds, canals, paddy fields…etc. Females live in shrub jungles some distance away from water bodies.


2 comments:

  1. Nice! I've created and posted an interesting video of this insect here on my wildlife blog..Could you spare a moment to view it?

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  2. Thanks Amila and I watched your video. Good work!!! keep it up(Y)

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