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Revision of the three-striped species of Phyllogomphus (Odonata, Gomphidae)
tropical Africa, largely allopatric to Ceratogomphus Selys, 1854 of southern Africa and Isomma Selys, 1892 (including its probable synonym Malgassogomphus Cammaerts, 1987) of Madagascar. TogetherExpand
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Inflation by venation and the bankruptcy of traditional genera: the case of Neodythemis and Micromacromia, with keys to the continental African species and the description of two new Neodythemis
Abstract The Afrotropical ‘neodythemistine’ genera are an example of venation-biased classification in Odonata. This example is used to argue the bankruptcy of some traditional classifications in theExpand
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Notes on some damselfly larvae from Cameroon
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Critical species of Odonata in western Africa
Abstract Western Africa—defined as the tropical area from Cameroon westwards—probably has the richest odonate fauna in Africa, particularly the region of (and around) the Cameroon highlands. ThisExpand
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Guillaume Tell : opéra in four acts
Description of the final stadium larvae of African Gomphidia (Odonata: Gomphidae)
Abstract Descriptions and illustrations of the final stadium larvae of Gomphidia bredoi, G. gamblesi and G. quarrei are presented, based on exuviae collected in Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Kenya andExpand
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