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Odonata enter the biodiversity crisis debate: The first global assessment of an insect group
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The first global assessment of an insect order (Odonata) provides new context to the ongoing discussion of current biodiversity loss and finds that one in 10 species of dragonflies and damselflies is threatened with extinction.
Odonata of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China, part II: Anisoptera
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The genus Atratothemis is established to receive a newly discovered libellulid species A. reelsi sp.
Marine reserves and the restoration of fisheries and marine ecosystems in the South China Sea
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Results indicate that, despite increasing fishing power in the Hong Kong fleet, a 10-20% MPA/AR system could provide significant benefits within 10 yrs, and shifts to low-value pelagic fish could be reversed.
DRAGONFLIES (ODONATA) OF DINGHU SHAN BIOSPHERE RESERVE, GUANGDONG PROVINCE, CHINA
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Seventy-six species of Odonata are recorded from Dinghu Shan Biosphere Reserve, Guangdong Province, China, following surveys completed during 1992-1998, and anew species of Cephalaeschna (Aeshnidae) and a new species of Philosina (Megapodagrionidae) are described and illustrated.
Gomphidae of Guangdong & Hong Kong, China (Odonata: Anisoptera)
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A total of 50 gomphid species belonging to 25 genera are enumerated, including 12 newly recorded from Guangdong and one new recorded from Hong Kong, and four species are synonymised, one subspecies is promoted to species status and new generic combinations are provided for two species.
Selecting sites for large-scale deployment of artificial reefs in Hong Kong: constraint mapping and prioritization techniques
We describe the site selection process for artificial reef deployment within an ambitious programme initiated by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region to restore fisheries
Restoration of Hong Kong fisheries through deployment of artificial reefs in marine protected areas
We provide details of a restoration programme to restore Hong Kong's marine ecosystems and fisheries through the deployment of artificial reefs (AR) within marine parks and fishery-protected areas
Critical species of Odonata in China
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The state of knowledge of China's Odonata is very much incomplete with many species awaiting description, especially from tropical and subtropical areas, as well as key threats to China's forest and surface waters.
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