the dragonfly larvae is called a nymph.
The male dragonfly of the species is called either a drake or a king. The female is a queen and the baby dragonfly is called a nymph.
Dragonfly is Tutubi in the Tagalog dialect. In other Filipino dialects other than Tagalog it is called differently. A big dragonfly (Tutubi) is called Tutubing kalabaw and the small dragonfly is called Tutubing karayum.
the larva of a dragonfly is called a nymph, It also lives in water, the dragonfly lives over a pond to catch small bugs.
A baby, or immature dragonfly is called a nymph. They are considered to be a nymph for only a short time as they become an adult dragonfly very quickly.
There is not a specific name for a female dragonfly. The dragonfly is an insect and belongs to the order of odonata and the suborder of anisoptera.
Only dragonfly nymphs have a tongue-like thing called a labium.
The offspring of dragonflies are called "nymphs"
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The dragonfly is an isect and all insect belong to the group called "Insecta". I am really sure of this answer, Thrust me.
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The dragonfly is called the terror of insect world for quite a few reasons. This insect is large and aggressive.
They begin as an egg, then a nymph and finally, an adult. 1.female dragonfly lays the egg into fresh water 2.egg hatches be dragonfly nymph 3.dragonfly nymph changes into dragonfly 1. Egg 2. Nymph 3. Adult This lifecyle is called an incomplete metamorphosis.
It is called a Violet tail damselfly or dragonfly
Someone who studies dragonflies is known as an odonatologist.
A dragonfly larvae is called a nymph. It kind of looks like a tiny alien creature. It lacks wings and has a hump on its back.
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a dragonfly can fly in the air
A dragonfly is an insect.
why is a dragonfly not a fly
1. dragonfly nymph 2. dragonfly emerges from nymph stage 3. adult dragonfly
The green clearwing dragonfly is called a Erythemis Simpliciocollis. These tend to be located very close to ponds and come in an array of colors.