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The Scarce Chaser (Libellula fulva) is widespread in Europe and in many regions is relatively common. It is also abundant in the lake districts of western and northern Poland. Although the species frequently occurs in large numbers its biology is poorly known. Emergence of L. fulva was...
Morphology is an important determinant of flight performance and can shape species’ dispersal behaviour. This study contrasted the morphology of flight-related structures in dragonfly species with different dispersal behaviours to gain insights into the relationship between morphology and...
The life histories of two species of Sialidae (Megaloptera) from Japan were investigated, focusing on their larval climbing and emergence conditions and then adult emergence behaviours. At the Rokuman pond, a fence trap and pitfall traps were constructed beside the pond to collect final-instar...
In this paper, the larva of Kempnyia colossica (Navás 1934) is described based on material collected in Parque Estadual Intervales, São Paulo State, and biological notes are presented.
Two new species of the genus Rhyacophila Pictet from the Indian Himalayas, i.e. Rhyacophila himalayensis n. sp. from Badrinath (Uttarakhand) of the R. divaricata branch and Rhyacophila indica n. sp. from Gangtok (Sikkim) of the R. vulgaris branch are described and illustrated.
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