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Volume VI, issue 1, - 2000
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LIBÉLULAS: ESOS ÁGILES CAZADORES
DRAGONFLIES: THOSE AGILE HUNTERS

J. Á. Lara-Vázquez; M. del P. Villeda-Callejas

http://dx.doi.org/

Received: 0000-00-00

Accepted: 0000-00-00

Available online: / pages.55-61

 

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  • descriptionAbstract

    Dragonflies (Anizoptera) and damselflies (Zigoptera) belong to the order of odonatos. In their juvenile stage, well-known as naiad, they are found in aquatic environments, while in their mature state they live completely in the air, with preying feeding habits. They are considered natural controllers because they do not have a preference for their prey. As naiads they consume minnows or other aquatic larva and insects, and in the mature stage they eat any flying insect.

    Keyworks: Odonata biology, insect predators, ecology.

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    Lara-Vázquez, J. Á.,  &  Villeda-Callejas, M. d. (2000).  DRAGONFLIES: THOSE AGILE HUNTERS. , VI(1), 55-61. http://dx.doi.org/