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Pilbara Wisp (Agriocnemis kunjina)

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PhotoID: AusDa456. Pilbara Wisp (Agriocnemis kunjina) - male
Pilbara Wisp (Agriocnemis kunjina) ♂

1 / 6; PhotoID: AusDa456 11/11/2016 11:15 F8 1/125 180mm ISO400 Canon7D2 -Crop -Flash MF
Slow-flowing brook near Weeli Wolli Spring, 70 km NW Newman, WA [-22.917269°; 119.205972°]
PhotoID: AusDa457. Pilbara Wisp (Agriocnemis kunjina) - male
Pilbara Wisp (Agriocnemis kunjina) ♂

2 / 6; PhotoID: AusDa457 11/11/2016 11:19 F8 1/160 180mm ISO400 Canon7D2 -Crop -Flash MF
Slow-flowing brook near Weeli Wolli Spring, 70 km NW Newman, WA [-22.917269°; 119.205972°]
PhotoID: AusDa458. Pilbara Wisp (Agriocnemis kunjina) - male
Pilbara Wisp (Agriocnemis kunjina) ♂

3 / 6; PhotoID: AusDa458 11/11/2016 11:22 F8 1/100 180mm ISO400 Canon7D2 -Crop -Flash MF
Slow-flowing brook near Weeli Wolli Spring, 70 km NW Newman, WA [-22.917269°; 119.205972°]
PhotoID: AusDa459. Pilbara Wisp (Agriocnemis kunjina) - male
Pilbara Wisp (Agriocnemis kunjina) ♂

4 / 6; PhotoID: AusDa459 11/11/2016 11:22 F8 1/125 180mm ISO400 Canon7D2 -Crop -Flash MF
Slow-flowing brook near Weeli Wolli Spring, 70 km NW Newman, WA [-22.917269°; 119.205972°]
PhotoID: AusDa460. Pilbara Wisp (Agriocnemis kunjina) - male
Pilbara Wisp (Agriocnemis kunjina) ♂

5 / 6; PhotoID: AusDa460 11/11/2016 11:24 F8 1/125 180mm ISO400 Canon7D2 -Crop -Flash MF
Slow-flowing brook near Weeli Wolli Spring, 70 km NW Newman, WA [-22.917269°; 119.205972°]
PhotoID: AusDa461. Pilbara Wisp (Agriocnemis kunjina) - male
Pilbara Wisp (Agriocnemis kunjina) ♂

6 / 6; PhotoID: AusDa461 11/11/2016 11:28 F8 1/200 180mm ISO400 Canon7D2 -Crop -Flash MF
Slow-flowing brook near Weeli Wolli Spring, 70 km NW Newman, WA [-22.917269°; 119.205972°]

Pilbara Wisp (Agriocnemis kunjina)

Australian distribution of Agriocnemis kunjina

Inhabits still and flowing waters

© 2011 DECCW, NSW and DragonflyPix.com

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  • ● Arculus in hindwing situated beyond distal antenodal crossvein by at least the length of subcostal part of antenodal
    ○ Very small damselflies, hindwing shorter than 14 mm

    ⇒ genus: Agriocnemis
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  • Coenagrionidae: Key couplet 3 of 54

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  • ● Inferior anal appendages almost the same length as, or shorter than, superiors
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  • ● Tips of superior appendages not converging
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  • Coenagrionidae: Key couplet 6 of 54

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  • ● Black line present along upper half or more of metapleural suture

    ⇒ species: Pilbara Wisp (Agriocnemis kunjina)
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  • Coenagrionidae: Key couplet 8 of 54

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  • ● Posterior lobe of pronotum well developed
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  • Coenagrionidae: Key couplet 9 of 54

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  • ● Central part of posterior lobe of pronotum, if differentiated from rest, a single, upright flap, or depressed
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  • Coenagrionidae: Key couplet 10 of 54

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  • ● Posterior lobe of pronotum upright, shallowly to deeply depressed in midline
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  • Coenagrionidae: Key couplet 11 of 54

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  • ● Black line present along upper half or more of metapleural suture

    ⇒ species: Pilbara Wisp (Agriocnemis kunjina)
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