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Odonata fauna of Diomabok Lake and its surroundings, Davao Oriental, Mindanao Island, Philippines

@inproceedings{Joseph2011OdonataFO,
  title={Odonata fauna of Diomabok Lake and its surroundings, Davao Oriental, Mindanao Island, Philippines},
  author={Reagan Joseph and T. Villanueva},
  year={2011}
}
During three visits in October and December 2010 and May 2011, a total of 56 Odonata species was recorded. All species reported here represent first Odonata records in the area. The most noteworthy discoveries were one novelty (Hydrobasileus vittatus) to the Philippine fauna and two first records (Tetracanthagyna brunnea and Aethriamanta gracilis) from Mindanao Island. Seven species represent either new species to science or potentially new species; one Drepanosticta and one Amphicnemis are new… 
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