Austroagrion cyane facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsSouth-western billabongfly
Austroagrion cyane, the south-western billabongfly, is a species of damselfly of the family Coenagrionidae. Despite their common name, they have been found not only in south-western Australia, but also in diverse locations across Australia.
Habit & Habitat
Austroagrion cyane are permanent residents of aquatic habitats. They prefer slow-moving water. The species grows to around 2–3 cm in length. Females are less common than males and are mostly attracted to ephemeral swamps.
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