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Checklist South-Eastern South Australia: 35 species

The checklist below contains the 35 species which have been reported from the area South-Eastern South Australia. The list is sorted as per our overall checklist, with damselflies (Zygoptera) sorted before dragonflies (Anisoptera). Click here if you would like to see the list sorted on the species' scientific names or on their common names.

Each line contains the following pieces of information: the number of the species as per our overall checklist, its common and scientific names, a Distribution button and three further icons. Click on the Distribution button to see the species' Australia-wide distribution. Those species of which we have photographs available are listed in dark red; click on their names to see our photographs. And finally, you can click on the three colourful icons on the right to search the web for more information about the species using Bing, Google or Yahoo as your search engine.

Please note that all of these distribution data, including the dot maps themselves, are copyright-protected. They must not, therefore, be reproduced, republished, redistributed, modified, etc. without the express written permission from the copyright holders. Note also that the acronym DECCW, NSW underneath each dot map stands for the Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water, New South Wales.

South-Eastern South Australia

2Slender Ringtail (Austrolestes analis)

Slender Ringtail (Austrolestes analis)

Australian distribution

Inhabits riverine pools, lakes, swamps and ponds, including temporary ponds

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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3Blue Ringtail (Austrolestes annulosus)

Blue Ringtail (Austrolestes annulosus)

Australian distribution

Inhabits riverine pools, lakes and ponds, including temporary ponds

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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4Inland Ringtail (Austrolestes aridus)

Inland Ringtail (Austrolestes aridus)

Australian distribution

Inhabits streams, riverine pools, lakes and ponds, including temporary ponds

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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8Wandering Ringtail (Austrolestes leda)

Wandering Ringtail (Austrolestes leda)

Australian distribution

Inhabits wide range of still and sluggish waters

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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10Cup Ringtail (Austrolestes psyche)

Cup Ringtail (Austrolestes psyche)

Australian distribution

Inhabits riverine pools, lakes, swamps and ponds, sometimes temporary

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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80Orange Threadtail (Nososticta solida)

Orange Threadtail (Nososticta solida)

Australian distribution

Inhabits streams, rivers and riverine pools, including small stagnant pools and lakes

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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92South-Western Billabongfly (Austroagrion cyane)

South-Western Billabongfly (Austroagrion cyane)

Australian distribution

Inhabits still and sluggish waters, riverine pools, lakes, ponds and swamps

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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95Eastern Billabongfly (Austroagrion watsoni)

Eastern Billabongfly (Austroagrion watsoni)

Australian distribution

Inhabits still and flowing waters

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102Aurora Bluetail (Ischnura aurora)

Aurora Bluetail (Ischnura aurora)

Australian distribution

Inhabits still and sluggish waters, including temporary ponds

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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103Common Bluetail (Ischnura heterosticta)

Common Bluetail (Ischnura heterosticta)

Australian distribution

Inhabits still and sluggish waters, including temporary ponds

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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105Gold-Fronted Riverdamsel (Pseudagrion aureofrons)

Gold-Fronted Riverdamsel (Pseudagrion aureofrons)

Australian distribution

Inhabits streams, rivers, riverine pools and lagoons

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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112Red & Blue Damsel (Xanthagrion erythroneurum)

Red & Blue Damsel (Xanthagrion erythroneurum)

Australian distribution

Inhabits slow sections of mostly wider streams and still waters

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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116Blue-Spotted Hawker (Adversaeschna brevistyla)

Blue-Spotted Hawker (Adversaeschna brevistyla)

Australian distribution

Inhabits still waters (lakes and permanent ponds); sometimes flowing water (riverine pools and quiet areas)

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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122Australian Emperor (Anax papuensis)

Australian Emperor (Anax papuensis)

Australian distribution

Inhabits wide range of still waters, slow streams

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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144Swamp Darner (Austroaeschna parvistigma)

Swamp Darner (Austroaeschna parvistigma)

Australian distribution

Inhabits rivers and small streams that are predominantly slow-flowing and heavily vegetated

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151Unicorn Darner (Austroaeschna unicornis)

Unicorn Darner (Austroaeschna unicornis)

Australian distribution

Inhabits rivers and streams

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177Twinspot Hunter (Austroepigomphus praeruptus)

Twinspot Hunter (Austroepigomphus praeruptus)

Australian distribution

Inhabits sluggish streams and rivers, including isolated riverine pools

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180Murray River Hunter (Austrogomphus angelorum)

Murray River Hunter (Austrogomphus angelorum)

Australian distribution

Inhabits mature slow-flowing parts of the Murray River

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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182Inland Hunter (Austrogomphus australis)

Inland Hunter (Austrogomphus australis)

Australian distribution

Inhabits rivers and riverine pools

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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188Yellow-Striped Hunter (Austrogomphus guerini)

Yellow-Striped Hunter (Austrogomphus guerini)

Australian distribution

Inhabits streams, rivers and lakes

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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197Southern Vicetail (Hemigomphus gouldii)

Southern Vicetail (Hemigomphus gouldii)

Australian distribution

Inhabits permanent streams and rivers

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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198Stout Vicetail (Hemigomphus heteroclytus)

Stout Vicetail (Hemigomphus heteroclytus)

Australian distribution

Inhabits streams and rivers, which during summer are often reduced to trickles between the pools

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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211Eastern Brown Tigertail (Archaeosynthemis orientalis)

Eastern Brown Tigertail (Archaeosynthemis orientalis)

Australian distribution

Inhabits boggy seepages and swamps

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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218Small Tigertail (Eusynthemis brevistyla)

Small Tigertail (Eusynthemis brevistyla)

Australian distribution

Inhabits upland streams and rivers

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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231Swamp Tigertail (Synthemis eustalacta)

Swamp Tigertail (Synthemis eustalacta)

Australian distribution

Inhabits boggy seepages and swamps

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256Australian Emerald (Hemicordulia australiae)

Australian Emerald (Hemicordulia australiae)

Australian distribution

Inhabits rivers, riverine pools, lakes, and permanent ponds

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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263Tau Emerald (Hemicordulia tau)

Tau Emerald (Hemicordulia tau)

Australian distribution

Inhabits riverine pools, lakes, ponds (including temporary ponds), swamps; occasionally streams and rivers

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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267Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis)

Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis)

Australian distribution

Inhabits rivers, riverine pools, lakes and ponds

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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272Swamp Flat-Tail (Austrothemis nigrescens)

Swamp Flat-Tail (Austrothemis nigrescens)

Australian distribution

Inhabits lakes, permanent ponds and swamps

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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276Black-Headed Skimmer (Crocothemis nigrifrons)

Black-Headed Skimmer (Crocothemis nigrifrons)

Australian distribution

Inhabits wide range of still and sluggish waters

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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277Wandering Percher (Diplacodes bipunctata)

Wandering Percher (Diplacodes bipunctata)

Australian distribution

Inhabits wide range of still and sluggish waters, including temporary ponds and swamps

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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278Scarlet Percher (Diplacodes haematodes)

Scarlet Percher (Diplacodes haematodes)

Australian distribution

Inhabits streams and rivers as well as still waters

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292Eastern Pygmyfly (Nannophya dalei)

Eastern Pygmyfly (Nannophya dalei)

Australian distribution

Inhabits boggy seepages and swamps

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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300Blue Skimmer (Orthetrum caledonicum)

Blue Skimmer (Orthetrum caledonicum)

Australian distribution

Inhabits wide range of still and flowing waters, including temporary waters

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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317Common Glider (Tramea loewii)

Common Glider (Tramea loewii)

Australian distribution

Inhabits wide range of still waters, including temporary ponds and swamps

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