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Pilbara Archtail (Nannophlebia injibandi)

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PhotoID: AusDr398. Pilbara Archtail (Nannophlebia injibandi) - female
Pilbara Archtail (Nannophlebia injibandi) ♀

1 / 1; PhotoID: AusDr398 11/11/2016 12:57 F8 1/400 180mm ISO200 Canon7D2 -Crop -Flash MF
Weeli Wolli Creek, 70 km NW Newman, WA [-22.915778°; 119.204278°]

Pilbara Archtail (Nannophlebia injibandi)

Australian distribution of Nannophlebia injibandi

Inhabits streams and rivers

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  • Libellulidae: Key couplet 1 of 67

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  • ● Distal antenodal of forewing complete, both costal and subcostal sections present
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  • Libellulidae: Key couplet 2 of 67

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  • ● Anal loop present
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  • Libellulidae: Key couplet 9 of 67

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  • ● Anal loop rounded, poorly developed, of three to five cells
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  • Libellulidae: Key couplet 10 of 67

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  • ● Basal side of hindwing triangle close to or at arculus

    ⇒ genus: Nannophlebia
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  • Libellulidae: Key couplet 11 of 67

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  • ● Abdominal tergum 4 with two yellow spots, one central and one in basal half, sometimes fused
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  • Libellulidae: Key couplet 12 of 67

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    couplet drawing
  • ○ Top of vertex yellow
    ● Abdominal terga 6 and 7 with basal and central yellow spots, sometimes fused or partly so
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  • Libellulidae: Key couplet 13 of 67

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  • ● Genae black with bright white spot

    ⇒ species: Pilbara Archtail (Nannophlebia injibandi)
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