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The classification and diversity of dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata)
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It is argued for conserving the family-group names Chlorocyphidae, Euphaeidae and Dicteriadidae, as well as retaining Epiophlebiidae in the suborder Anisozygoptera, while the proposal to separate Chlorogomph Families, Cordulegastridae and Neopetaliidae from Libelluloidea in their own superfamily CordUlegastroidea is adopted. Expand
CALOPTERA DAMSELFLIES FROM FUJIAN (CHINA), WITH DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES AND TAXONOMIC NOTES (ZYGOPTERA: CALOPTERYGOIDEA)
Based on literature records and the examination of an extensive Odonata collection made in Fujian in 1930-1940's (now in RMNH, Leiden), 21 spp. of Caloptera (Calopterygoidea) are recognized asExpand
Platycnemis phasmovolans sp. nov.-an extraordinary damselfly from Laos with notes on its East Asian congeners (Odonata : Platycnemididae)
Platycnemis phasmovolans sp. n. from Lak Sao area in central Laos is described and illustrated in both sexes. The new species is characterized by possessing the most highly expanded tibiae so farExpand
Revision of the Philippine genus Cyrano Needham & Gyger (Odonata, Chlorocyphidae)*
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A male specimen is selected as lectotype in order to stabilize the already established view of the synonymy of these two species, Cyrano angustior sp.n. Expand
DREPANOSTICTA JURZITZAI SPEC. NOV., A NEW DAMSELFLY FROM SOUTHEASTERN THAILAND (ZYGOPTERA: PLATYSTICTIDAE)
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Two of the five Drepanosticta species represent unnamed taxa; one of these is described here. Expand
Catterall grouping of Perthes' disease. An assessment of observer error and prognosis using the Catterall classification.
A study was undertaken to assess the degree of inter-observer error when a panel of observers classified the radiographs of patients with early Perthes' disease, using Catterall grouping and "atExpand
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