A clean list of Odonata names have been uploaded on IBP based on Subramanian, K.A. and Babu, R. (2017). Checklist of Odonata (Insecta) of India. Version 3.0.

Habitat Type

Description
The type of habitat in which the species occurs in
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IconValueDescriptionSource
Urban UrbanIBP
Rural RuralIBP
Agricultural AgriculturalIBP
Forest ForestIBP
Grassland GrasslandIBP
Fallow land Fallow landIBP
Pondside PondsideIBP
Lakeside LakesideIBP
Riverside RiversideIBP
Savanna SavannaSavannas are transitional between grasslands and forests. They are ecosystems dominated by a grass ground cover with an overstorey of widely spaced trees and shrubs. May be referred to as savanna woodlands, savanna parklands, savanna grasslands, low tree/shrub savannas, thicket/scrub savannas. Distributed largely in Africa, Australia (mostly northern), Asia (India, SE Asia) and South America.IUCN
Shrubland ShrublandAlso referred to as bush land, scrub or thicketIUCN
Marine Oceanic Marine OceanicThe pelagic habitat deeper than and beyond the continental or islandIUCN
Marine Coastal Marine CoastalCoastal habitatsIUCN
Estuary EstuaryA semi-enclosed coastal embayment where fresh water and seawater meet and mix.IUCN
River RiverIBP
Lake LakeIBP
Pond PondIBP
Cave CaveIUCN
Stream StreamIBP
Marsh MarshIBP
Rocky Area Rocky AreaIUCN
Desert DesertIUCN
Plantation PlantationA plantation is an intentional planting of a crop, on a larger scale, usually for uses other than cereal production or pasture. The term is currently most often used for plantings of trees and shrubs. The term tends also to be used for plantings maintained on economic bases other than that of subsistence farming. Plantations are typically (but not exclusively) found in tropical or semitropical countries and usually require resident labourers.IUCN
Garden GardenIBP
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Data Type
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