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Breeding habitat (Odonata)

Description
Habitats where breeding occurs
Values
IconValueDescriptionSource
Backwaters Backwatersa part of a river not reached by the current, where the water is stagnant.Subramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Aquatic Aquaticrelating to water.Subramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Shallow water Shallow watera lake, or a river where the water is not very deep.Subramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Banks Banksthe land alongside or sloping down to a river or lake.Subramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Brooks Brooksa small stream.Subramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Puddles Puddlesa small pool of liquid, especially of rainwater on the ground.Subramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Tanks Tanksa large receptacle or storage chamber for water.Subramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Marshes Marshesan area of low-lying land which is flooded in wet seasons or at high tide, and typically remains waterlogged at all times.Subramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Lakes Lakesa large area of water surrounded by land.Subramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Ponds Pondsa small body of still water formed naturally or by artificial means.Subramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Rivers Riversa large natural stream of water flowing in a channel to the sea, a lake, or another river.Subramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Stagnant water Stagnant watera pool of water of any size that does not flow.Subramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Swamps Swampsan area of low-lying, uncultivated ground where water collects; a bog or marsh.Subramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Myristica swamps Myristica swampsa type of freshwater swamp forest predominantly composed of species of Myristica.Subramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Canals Canalsan artificial waterway constructed to allow the passage of boats or ships inland or to convey water for irrigation.Subramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Submerged vegetation Submerged vegetationgrasses that grow to the surface ofラbut do not emerge fromラshallow water are called submerged aquatic vegetationSubramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Streams Streamsa small, narrow river.Subramanian. K.A. (2009). Dragonflies of India-A field guide.
Trait Type
MULTIPLE CATEGORICAL
Data Type
STRING
Species Field
Habitat and Distribution
Coverage
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