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Red percher (Neurothemis ramburii)

Red percher (Neurothemis ramburii) is a species of animal in the Libellulidae, dragonflies with dark red, brown and black colors, live on stagnant water, flow calm or swift and open, are more stationary and perch on a stick.

N. ramburii has a brownish red head. The back has an upper surface with curves, is brownish red and has hair. A pair of large, dark red or blackish eyes. The muzzle is large and bright red.

Dlium Red percher (Neurothemis ramburii)


The tail is cylindrical, segmented, red, a linear line at the top is red, two segments from the base are black, the tip is whitish, the second and third segments from the ends have a black plot. The legs are dark or brownish

Two pairs of wings are red, black and transparent. Multiple large linear veins with multiple small veins running across to create square spaces filled with black. The ends of the wings are transparent.



Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Hexapoda
Class: Insecta
Subclass: Pterygota
Order: Odonata
Suborder: Anisoptera
Family: Libellulidae
Genus: Neurothemis
Species: Neurothemis ramburii
Subspecies: Neurothemis ramburii ssp. martini, Neurothemis ramburii ssp. ramburii

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