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Dragonfly (Anisoptera)TELEPHLEBIIDAE (family)

Teleflebs

The larvae of this dragonfly family can be distinguished by the following features: large size; small antennae; dark mottled colouration; large spines on the edges of abdominal segments; central terminal spine is pointed, rather than cut-off.

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TELEPHLEBIIDAE (family) (Teleflebs) at Nadgee, NSW - 5 Apr 2019
TELEPHLEBIIDAE (family) (Teleflebs) at Nadgee, NSW - 5 Apr 2019

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Paul Whitington, Wonboyn River - larva (TELEPHLEBIIDAE (family))
Paul Whitington, Wonboyn River - larva (TELEPHLEBIIDAE (family))
Paul Whitington, Wonboyn River - larva (TELEPHLEBIIDAE (family))

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TELEPHLEBIIDAE (family) locations

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