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2014-05-17 05:33:50

April Flowers for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online O'ahu, the "gathering place," is the most developed island in the Hawaiian chain. Until recently, scientists believed that O'ahu consisted of the remnants of two major Hawaiian shield volcanoes: Wai'anae and Ko'olau. A new study from University of Hawai'i at Mānoa (UHM), Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de L'Environment (France), and Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute has found that O'ahu actually consists of three shield...

2014-01-27 16:21:22

DUBLIN, January 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/x4268l/a_profile_of_the) has announced the addition of the "A Profile of the African Paint Industry" [http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/x4268l/a_profile_of_the ] report to their offering. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130307/600769 ) The author is pleased to present its updated Profile of the African Paint Industry, which represents...


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Rambur’s Forktail, Ischnura ramburii
2014-04-25 09:14:23

Rambur’s forkatil (Ischnura ramburii) is a species of damselfly that can be found in a range that extends from Chile to the United States, including areas like the Antilles and Hawaii. This species is most often seen around marshes, ponds, lakes, and slow moving streams with abundant vegetation and sunlight. Males and females differ in appearance, with males holding a green and blue coloring and females holding a variation of colors including bluish-green, reddish-orange, and olive green....

Citrine Forktail, Ischnura hastate
2014-04-25 09:10:02

The citrine forktail (Ischnura hastate) is a species of damselfly that can be found in North and South America, as well as on the Azores archipelago, although this population was not classified with the species until 1990. In southern areas of the United States, it can be seen throughout the year, from April to November in northern areas of its range, and from May to August on the Azores archipelago. The population on the Azores is the only population within the Odanata order to breed by...

Blue-tailed Damselfly, Ischnura elegans
2014-04-24 12:47:00

The blue-tailed damselfly (Ischnura elegans) is a species of damselfly that can be found in Asia and Europe. Its range includes Albania, Belgium, China, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mongolia, Pakistan, Spain, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Turkey, and the United Kingdom, among many other areas. It can be found near many still and slow moving water source including salt waters, but is not found near acidic waters. The blue-tailed damselfly varies in appearance depending...

Golden Dartlet, Ischnura aurora
2014-04-24 12:41:39

The golden dartlet (Ischnura aurora) is a species of damselfly that can be found in Asia and Australia, and wind currents are thought to have carried vagrant individuals to various islands. This species can be seen flying and resting in vegetation along the banks of rivers, canals, and ponds, although it can be seen away from water sources. It holds three subspecies, including Ischnura aurora viduata and Ischnura aurora rubilio. The golden dartlet varies in appearance depending upon the...

Orange Bluet, Enallagma signatum
2014-04-22 14:19:05

The orange bluet (Enallagma signatum) is a species of damselfly that can be found in North America. It holds a range that includes areas of the United States including Colorado, New Jersey, and Ohio, and New Brunswick in Canada. It is most often seen near slow moving and still streams, ponds, pools, and rivers. It is active between the months of March and November and can be seen in the late afternoon hours. The orange bleut differs from other members of its genus in that it is orange in...

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