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Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis)

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PhotoID: AusDr738. Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis) - male
Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis) ♂

1 / 8; PhotoID: AusDr738 05/12/2018 15:40 F8 1/250 180mm ISO200 Canon7D2 -Crop -Flash MF
Roadside pond off Arve Road, Hartz Mountains NP, TAS [-43.154444°; 146.823472°]
PhotoID: AusDr739. Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis) - male
Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis) ♂

2 / 8; PhotoID: AusDr739 05/12/2018 15:41 F8 1/250 180mm ISO200 Canon7D2 -Crop -Flash MF
Roadside pond off Arve Road, Hartz Mountains NP, TAS [-43.154444°; 146.823472°]
PhotoID: AusDr740. Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis) - male
Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis) ♂

3 / 8; PhotoID: AusDr740 05/12/2018 15:43 F8 1/250 180mm ISO200 Canon7D2 -Crop -Flash MF
Roadside pond off Arve Road, Hartz Mountains NP, TAS [-43.154444°; 146.823472°]
PhotoID: AusDr741. Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis) - male
Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis) ♂

4 / 8; PhotoID: AusDr741 05/12/2018 15:45 F5.6 1/250 180mm ISO200 Canon7D2 -Crop -Flash MF
Roadside pond off Arve Road, Hartz Mountains NP, TAS [-43.154444°; 146.823472°]
PhotoID: AusDr742. Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis) - male
Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis) ♂

5 / 8; PhotoID: AusDr742 05/12/2018 15:46 F5.6 1/320 180mm ISO200 Canon7D2 -Crop -Flash MF
Roadside pond off Arve Road, Hartz Mountains NP, TAS [-43.154444°; 146.823472°]
PhotoID: AusDr743. Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis) - male
Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis) ♂

6 / 8; PhotoID: AusDr743 05/12/2018 15:46 F5.6 1/250 180mm ISO200 Canon7D2 -Crop -Flash MF
Roadside pond off Arve Road, Hartz Mountains NP, TAS [-43.154444°; 146.823472°]
PhotoID: AusDr744. Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis) - male
Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis) ♂

7 / 8; PhotoID: AusDr744 05/12/2018 15:47 F5.6 1/250 180mm ISO200 Canon7D2 -Crop -Flash MF
Roadside pond off Arve Road, Hartz Mountains NP, TAS [-43.154444°; 146.823472°]
PhotoID: AusDr745. Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis) - male
Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis) ♂

8 / 8; PhotoID: AusDr745 05/12/2018 16:22 F5.6 1/640 180mm ISO200 Canon7D2 -Crop -Flash MF
Roadside pond off Arve Road, Hartz Mountains NP, TAS [-43.154444°; 146.823472°]

Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis)

Australian distribution of Procordulia jacksoniensis

Inhabits rivers, riverine pools, lakes and ponds

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  • Corduliidae: Key couplet 1 of 11

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  • ● Hypertriangles generally free
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  • Corduliidae: Key couplet 2 of 11

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  • ● Three crossveins between sectors of arculus basal to fork of Rs in hindwing
    ● Bridge crossvein at subnodus
    ● Ovipositor short, less than half length of tergum 9

    ⇒ genus: Hemicordulia and Procordulia
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  • Corduliidae: Key couplet 3 of 11

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  • ● Top of frons brown or black with metallic blue-green reflections
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  • Corduliidae: Key couplet 4 of 11

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  • ● Black mid-dorsal band not strongly constricted at supplementary transverse carina on abdominal segments 6 and 7
    ● Male superior appendage without spine
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  • Corduliidae: Key couplet 5 of 11

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  • ● Male with auricles
    ● Anal border of male hindwing angulated
    ● Mid-dorsal black stripe on female abdomen not constricted at supplementary transverse carina on segment 4

    ⇒ genus: Procordulia
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  • Corduliidae: Key couplet 6 of 11

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  • ● Superior appendages of male slightly convergent, with strongly divergent tips
    ● Intersegmental membranes between abdominal terga 3-4 to 7-8 orange-brown
    ● Female occiput not swollen behind

    ⇒ species: Eastern Swamp Emerald (Procordulia jacksoniensis)
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