dragonfly


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slender-bodied non-stinging insect having iridescent wings that are outspread at rest

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In summary, available data on the natural history of dragonfly migrations suggest that: (1) large migratory flights precede the seasonal decline of aerial insect populations; (2) coastlines and other linear topographic features elicit a behavioral response from migrants (specifically, a change in flight direction), resulting in the concentration of migrants along such leading lines; (3) cold fronts may serve as proximate cues for migration; (4) northwesterly winds associated with cold fronts may result in passive wind drift, which will magnify the concentrating effect of leading lines; and (5) reorientation of swarm migrations in water-crossing situations may reflect social facilitation of risk-averse behavior.
Dragonfly discovery provides high speed, non-contact dispensing from a disposable, positive displacement tip, which will effectively enable researchers to reduce assay development time as well as improve assay robustness in HTS.
This is because if you feel asleep on a hot day alongside a stream, a dragonfly would appear and sew your eyelids together.
Symantec has evidence indicating that the Dragonfly 2.
Dragonfly (Odonata: Insecta) fauna of Trashigang Dzongkhag, Eastern Bhutan.
With the new DragonFly offering from our Alert Systems division, we are now able to provide cost-effective, high-quality, do-it-yourself video surveillance products with professional central station monitoring to all residential users, regardless of who they are or what their financial status is, as long as they have a smartphone and a home router.
Van Dokkum's team was able to get a good look at Dragonfly 44 thanks to the W.
About 330 million light years away, Dragonfly 44 has roughly the same amount of mass as our own galaxy, the Milky Way, but 99.
A paper, titled "A High Stellar Velocity Dispersion and ~100 Globular Clusters for the Ultra Diffuse Galaxy Dragonfly 44," describing their findings was published in the journal (http://arxiv.
Next time you are near a waterbody (or even in your own backyard), be sure to stop and watch the various dragonfly and damselfly species as they zoom and dive around the area.
WHILST the Welsh word for butterfly is the very pretty 'Pilipala', the Welsh name for dragonfly is a bit punchier and is Gwas y Neidr (pronounced gwass uh nay-duhr).
With glowing green eyes and a metallic green body, the rare Hine's emerald dragonfly (Somatochlora hineana) is found only in a few pockets of the Midwest.
Singapore based financial technology company Dragonfly Fintech Pte Ltd (DF), announced on Monday that it secured a deal to power Metro Money Exchange, a Malaysian licensed wholesale and money remittance company using the NEM's Blockchain Technology.
The Dragonfly multifunction platform is enabled by the recently announced CEVA-XC5 and CEVA-XC8 DSP cores and accompanied by the hardware and software components required to rapidly design machine-type communications (MTC) systems.
But many dragonfly species are undergoing dramatic said: "The British Dragonfly Society maps and analyses distributions, identifies important sites and monitors population changes due to wetland condition and climate.