• Publications
  • Influence
Forty-Two Hitherto Unrecognized Genera and Subgenera of Zygoptera
During the past five years the writer has been engaged in a revision of the genera of the Zygoptera. The following new genera and subgenera have been in manuscript form for from two to five years. InExpand
The Phylogeny of the Zygopterous Dragonflies as Based on the Evidence of the Penes
This paper is merely the briefest outline of the writer's discoveries with regard to the inter-relationship of the major groups of the Zygoptera, a full account of which will appear in his thesis onExpand
The Insect Fauna
Archaeopodagrion Bilobata, N. Sp., from Central Ecuador (Odonata: Megapodagrioninae)
This paper supplements Kennedy, 1939, “ Archaeopodagrion bicorne , a very primitive dragonfly from Eastern Ecuador,” Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 32: 32-43. The review of the pertinent literature attached toExpand
Perilestinae in Ecuador and Peru : revisional notes and descriptions (Lestidae : Odonata)
On a recent visit (Dec. 27, 1938) to the insect collections of the American Museum of Natural History, New York, the writer found what appeared to be two undescribed species of the very rareExpand