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    Odonata

    Odonata

    Insect

    • Desc: The Odonata are an order of flying insects, the dragonflies and damselflies. Like most of the flying insects, they evolved in the early Mesozoic era. Their prototypes, the giant dragonflies of the Carboniferous, 325 mya, are no longer put in the Odonata. These are now called Protodonata or Meganisoptera. The two suborders are easily distinguished: Dragonflies: they are Anisoptera Damselflies: they are Zygoptera All Odonata have aquatic larvae called 'nymphs', and all of them, larvae and adults, are carnivorous. The adults can land, but rarely walk. Their legs are specialised for catching prey. They are almost entirely insectivorous.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Odonata
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 2047.60
    Damselflies

    Damselflies

    Insect

    • Desc: Damselflies are insects of the suborder Zygoptera in the order Odonata. They are similar to dragonflies, which constitute the other odonatan suborder, Anisoptera, but are smaller, have slimmer bodies, and most species fold the wings along the body when at rest, unlike dragonflies which hold the wings flat and away from the body.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Damselfly
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 1477.80
    Narrow-winged damselflies

    Narrow-winged damselflies

    Insect

    • Desc: The insect family Coenagrionidae is placed in the order Odonata and the suborder Zygoptera. The Zygoptera are the damselflies, which although less known than the dragonflies, are no less common.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coenagrionidae
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 44.79
    Broad-winged damselflies

    Broad-winged damselflies

    Insect

    • Desc: The Calopterygidae are a family of damselflies, in the suborder Zygoptera. They are commonly known as the broad-winged damselflies, demoiselles, or jewelwings. These rather large damselflies have wingspans of 50–80 mm and are often metallic-coloured. The family contains some 150 species. The Calopterygidae are found on every continent except Antarctica. They live along rivers and streams.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calopterygidae
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 40.59

    Du Iz Tak?

    Book by Carson Ellis

    • Desc: Du Iz Tak is a 2016 picture book by Carson Ellis. The story, told in gibberish, is about some bugs who discover a plant shoot emerging from the ground. The book was a recipient of a 2017 Caldecott Honor for its illustrations.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Du_Iz_Tak%3F
    • Type: Book, Thing
    • Result Score: 35.06

    Spread-winged damselflies

    Insect

    • Desc: The Lestidae are a rather small family of cosmopolitan, large-sized, slender damselflies, known commonly as the spreadwings or spread-winged damselflies. The two subfamilies in Lestidae are Lestinae and Sympecmatinae.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lestidae
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 28.59
    Protoneuridae

    Protoneuridae

    Insect

    • Desc: The Protoneuridae are a family of damselflies. Most species are commonly known as threadtails, while others are commonly known as bambootails.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protoneuridae
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 5.70

    Dance of the Damselflies

    Song by Rick Wakeman

    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 1.48
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