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[EBC] Poste 10 Libellules

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Hidden : 03/28/2012
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  Les odonates (Odonata), ou odonatoptères, sont un ordre d'insectes à corps allongé, dotés de deux paires d'ailes membraneuses généralement transparentes, et dont les yeux composés et généralement volumineux leur permettent de chasser efficacement leurs proies. Ils sont aquatiques à l'état larvaire et terrestre à l'état adulte. Ce sont des prédateurs, que l'on peut rencontrer occasionnellement dans tout type de milieu naturel, mais qui se retrouvent plus fréquemment aux abords des zones d'eau douce à saumâtre, stagnante à faiblement courante, dont ils ont besoin pour se reproduire.
En langue française, le terme de libellule est en général employé au sens large pour désigner les odonates, qui regroupent deux sous-ordres: les demoiselles (Zygoptera) et les libellules sensu stricto (Anisoptera).

  Odonates (Odonata), or odonatoptères, are an order of insects with elongated body, with two pairs of membranous wings usually transparent, and whose large compound eyes and usually allow them to effectively hunt their prey. They are aquatic as larvae and terrestrial as adults. They are predators that may be encountered occasionally in all types of natural environment, but are more common approach to an area of fresh water to brackish, stagnant at low current, they need to reproduce.
In French, the term dragonfly is usually used broadly to refer to the Odonata, which combine two suborders: damselflies (Zygoptera) and dragonflies sensu stricto (Anisoptera).


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