1. Pseudagrion cingillum - Wikipedia


    Pseudagrion cingillum is a species of damselfly in the family Coenagrionidae, commonly known as a northern riverdamsel. It is a …

  2. Pseudagrion cingillum (Northern Riverdamsel)


    Range Description: Pseudagrion cingillum is known from Australia and New Guinea. The only record from New Guinea that the assessor has seen is from Papua province in ...

  3. Northern Riverdamsel ( Pseudagrion cingillum )


    Identification Key to adult Australian damselflies and dragonflies: Pseudagrion cingillum

  4. Northern riverdamsel – Pseudagrion cingillum

    wetlandinfo.ehp.qld.gov.au › Home › Ecology

    This page should be cited as: Northern riverdamsel – Pseudagrion cingillum, WetlandInfo, Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland, viewed 9 ...

  5. List of Odonata species of Australia - Wikipedia


    List of Odonata species of Australia ... Pseudagrion aureofrons; Northern riverdamsel, Pseudagrion cingillum; Flame-headed riverdamsel, ...

  6. 1. northern riverdamsel


    northern riverdamsel: Pseudagrion cingillum: Common Name : northern riverdamsel : Not verified Present: Native: Phylum: …

  7. Jan Taylor's Dragonflies p24

    museum.wa.gov.au/_waiss/WA_Dragonflies/Pages/Page 24.htm

    Northern Riverdamsel . Pseudagrion cingillum . Medium sized blue and black damselfly distinguished from P. microcephalum by more rounded upper anal appendages.

  8. Pseudagrion cingillum Brauer, 1869 - Checklist View


    Northern Riverdamsel eng; more; Synonyms. Agrion cingillum Brauer, 1869; Pseudagrion papuense Tillyard, 1926; ... Catalogue of Life as Pseudagrion cingillum

  9. Dragonfly distributions of North Northern Territory


    Distributions of Australian dragonflies and damselflies: North Northern Territory ... Northern Riverdamsel (Pseudagrion cingillum) Northern Riverdamsel ...

  10. Sighting - BowerBird


    I only saw one of this damselfly and it was might first sighting of ... Could this be a Northern Riverdamsel ? ... Pseudagrion cingillum seems the most likely ...