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Information for Authors International Journal of Odonatology, Volume 3, Issue 1, Page 104, 2000 1 August 2000 Full text PDF Copyright information Issue section: Miscellany

Reproductive behavior of two Argia spp. (Odonata: Coenagrionidae) at an Arizona stream

Here we provide a first report on the reproductive behavior of Argia sabino Garrison and Argia pima Garrison from observations at Sabino Creek, Arizona. Both species reproduce in autumn (September-October) following late summer rainstorms. Tandem pairs of A. sabino submerge to oviposit on rock substrates. The oviposition substrate is abundant and widespread. Male A. sabino…

The Odonata of Tunisia

Between 1987 and 1999 several visits to 69 localities in Tunisia were made. Altogether 46 species of Odonata, including 10 new to Tunisia, were recorded, raising the Tunisian checklist to 52 species. Our observations cover early May to mid June and late September to early November. Using as a basis for inference data from nearby…

The Odonata of Numidia, Northeaster Algeria Part II Seasonal ecology

This paper, a companion to Part I which treated status and distribution of Numidian Odonata, summarizes current knowledge of their seasonal ecology and identifies areas where promising research avenues exist. Annual patterns of adult occurrence and reproductive activity are used to infer life cycles, with particular reference to strategies that enable species to bridge the…

The Odonata of Numidia, Northeastern Algeria Part I Status and distribution

Forty-five species of Odonata have been recorded within Numidia, which includes the El Kala and the Guerbes-Senhadja wetlands in northeastern Algeria. Five species are new to the area. Changes occurring in dragonfly diversity over a century and a half are discussed. This paper (Part I) deals with the status and spatial distribution of each recorded…

The larva of Leucorrhinia patricia Walker (Odonata: Libellulidae)

The final-stadium larva of Leucorrhinia patricia Walker is described from six exuviae with associated teneral adults collected in northern British Columbia. L. patricia belongs to the group of nearctic Leucorrhinia that has larvae with three ventral stripes. The larvae are very similar to those L. hudsonica (Sélys) larvae that are small and lack dorsal spines….

Editorial Board (1998–2001)

Editorial Board (1998–2001) International Journal of Odonatology, Volume 3, Issue 1, Page ebi, 2000 1 August 2000 Full text PDF Copyright information Issue section: Editorial