Anaciaeschna triangulifera McLachlan, 1896
Type locality: Portug. East Africa, no locality data available.
The only species currently recognised in this genus in Africa. Please refer to the genus diagnosis and introduction for more information.
Standing and often temporary waters in open landscapes, open areas in forest or shaded by gallery forest. From 0 to 2100 m above sea level, but mostly between 800 and 1700.
Appendages (dorsal view)
Appendages (lateral view)
Abdominal segment 2 (ventral view)
Frons (dorsal view)
Map citation: Clausnitzer, V., K.-D.B. Dijkstra, R. Koch, J.-P. Boudot, W.R.T. Darwall, J. Kipping, B. Samraoui, M.J. Samways, J.P. Simaika & F. Suhling, 2012. Focus on African Freshwaters: hotspots of dragonfly diversity and conservation concern. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10: 129-134.
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Citation: Dijkstra, K.-D.B (editor). African Dragonflies and Damselflies Online. http://addo.adu.org.za/ [2018-04-23].