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Hymenachne was introduced into northern Queensland, Australia in the 1970s to use in ponded pastures. It escaped cultivation a few years after its release in 1988. It is spreading throughout the tropical wetlands of northern Australia and is most common in the coastal wetlands of northern Queensland and the Northern Territory

Hymenachne amplexicaulis (Olive hymenachne)

Hymenachne was introduced into northern Queensland, Australia in the 1970s to use in ponded pastures. It escaped cultivation a few years after its release in 1988. It is spreading throughout the tropical wetlands of northern Australia and is most common in the coastal wetlands of northern Queensland and the Northern Territory

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Hymenachne amplexicaulis (Olive hymenachne)

The banded flutterer dragonfly is found along the north and east coasts of Australia as well as Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and New Caledonia. They prefer still or slow-running waters, and glide or flutter their wings slowly. They can change speed and direction suddenly when flight

Rhyothemis graphiptera (Banded Flutterer)

The banded flutterer dragonfly is found along the north and east coasts of Australia as well as Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and New Caledonia. They prefer still or slow-running waters, and glide or flutter their wings slowly. They can change speed and direction suddenly when flight

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Rhyothemis graphiptera (Banded Flutterer)

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Wetland

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