Australian emperor

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Original source: Own work Author Toby Hudson Other versions
Author: Toby Hudson Other versions
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The Australian emperor lives in the reef-associated, non-migratory, marine environment.

's an Australian emperor or a Hemianax papuensis (Burmeister) ...'s an Australian emperor or a Hemianax papuensis (Burmeister) Retrieved from "http://commons.wikimedia. More

The common large Australian Emperor dragonfly, Hemianax papuensis, is most often confused with P. gigantea. H. papuensis is found all over Australia, even in arid areas, where it may lay its eggs in temporary patches of water formed after rain. More

Australian Emperor Dragonfly - Hemianax papuensis = FAMILY AESHNIDAE - This page contains information and pictures about Yellow Emperor Dragonflies that we found in the Brisbane area, Queensland, Australia. More

Australian Emperor, Hemianax papuensis Australian Emperor, Hemianax papuensis Photo: Gunther Theischinger The Australian Emperor is a large, common, pale brown to yellow dragonfly with dark brown mottling and clear wings. More

A macro photograph of an Australian Emperor Dragonfly taken in my garden. More

mineral wealth to the Australian Emperor group of companies, led by Edward G. Theodore (Emberson-Bain, 1994). By 1936, the gold rush had subsided and only three mining companies held their grip on gold at Vautkoula, including the Emperor Gold Mining Company, Ltd. More

Common names

Australian emperor in English
Australsk kejserbrasen in Danish (dansk)
grass emperor in Unknown
pink ear emperor in Unknown
spangled emperor in Unknown
斑裸頰鯛 in Mandarin Chinese
斑裸颊鲷 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Lethrinidae
Genus : Lethrinus
Species : Lethrinus punctulatus
Authority : Macleay, 1878