One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A group of insects which comprises the damselflies.
Suborder Zygoptera, order OdonataCompare with Anisoptera
- ‘Phenological records for 29 species (six Zygoptera and 23 Anisoptera) from nine genera occurring in Yukon and BC were found (in usable form) in Walker, Walker and Corbet and Cannings.’
- ‘Thus, this character is clearly homoplastic within Zygoptera.’
- ‘Assuming a relatively constant rate of change at the molecular level, our data indicate an ancient split between extant Zygoptera and Anisoptera + Epiophlebia.’
- ‘Despite the diversity of insects consumed, only the proportion of Zygoptera larvae in the diet differed between reproductive periods.’
- ‘Two species of Zygoptera, Coenagrion angulatum Walker and C. resolution, in Saskatchewan, show this response especially clearly.’
Modern Latin (plural), from Greek zugon ‘yoke’ + pteron ‘wing’.
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