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Global diversity of dragonflies (Odonata) in freshwater
Larvae of almost all of the 5,680 species of the insect order Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies) are dependent on freshwater habitats. Both larvae and adults are predators. The order is relativelyExpand
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Moth assemblages as indicators of environmental quality in remnants of upland Australian rain forest
Summary 1.  Despite great concern about the effects of fragmentation on biodiversity, quantitative studies are still scarce with respect to many major groups and important environments.Expand
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The classification and diversity of dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata)
An updated classification and numbers of described genera and species (until 2010) are provided up to family level. We argue for conserving the family-group names Chlorocyphidae, Euphaeidae andExpand
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Butterflies of Australia
The world over people love butterflies but few understand much more about them than their physical beauty. Butterflies of Australia offers a unique guide to help identify the nearly 400 species toExpand
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An annotated checklist of the Odonata of Brunei with ecological notes and descriptions of hitherto unknown males and larvae
Abstract This study records 175 species of odonates from Brunei, representing more than half the known Bornean fauna. Of these, 169 species were collected by the author and associates using aExpand
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A field guide to the butterflies of Singapore [Book Review]
Review(s) of: A field guide to the butterflies of Singapore, by Khew Sin Khoon, Ink on Paper Communications Ltd, 2010, xxv + 342 pp. Price (in Australia) $50, ISBN 9789810870188 (paperback).
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Remarks on the taxonomy of Megapodagrionidae with emphasis on the larval gills (Odonata)
Abstract A list of genera presently included in Megapodagrionidae and Pseudolestidae is provided, together with information on species for which the larva has been described. Based on the shape ofExpand
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Subtle design changes control the difference in colour reflection from the dorsal and ventral wing-membrane surfaces of the damselfly Matronoides cyaneipennis.
The hind wings of males of the damselfly Matronoides cyaneipennis exhibit iridescence that is blue dorsally and green ventrally. These structures are used semiotically in agonistic and courtshipExpand
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Critical species of Odonata in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Brunei
Abstract Malaysia, Brunei and the Indonesian archipelago comprise a total land area of ca 1.84 million km2 including ca 13,000 islands, lying entirely within the tropics. The region is bisected byExpand
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