Libellago lineata (Burmeister, 1839) 高鼻鼓蟌
Libellago are exclusively seen near flowing water and streams. Males are brightly coloured ,black in general, yellow stripes on thorax and abdomen. Both wings are transparent and light yellow to orange shade on the bases. Legs are very long ,compared to other damselflies.
|Found in Asia: China, Guangxi, Hainan, Indonesia, India, Lao, Myanmar, Malaysia, Peninsular Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, Viet Nam|
|Sub-Order: ZYGOPTERA||Super-Family: CALOPTERYGOIDEA||Family: CHLOROCYPHIDAE|
|Photographs and Text by : Wong Photograph location : Sabah, Malaysia|
The tenth segment in both sexes bears cerci and in males, its underside bears a pair of paraprocts.
Segment 10 : Cerci (Anal appendage)
Segment 8 and 9 : Ovipositor of a female damselfly consists of :
|A male Libellago lineata
lineata (Burmeister, 1839) of Sabah, Malaysia. (Above image) A rare species in Malaysia.
This species found in Sabah has no black tip on front wing. Probebly a
new sub species. This same tipless species also found in Thailand (as in
The whole body is black with yellow markings.
INDEX : Damselfly May 31, 2017 10:15:23 PM