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International Dragonfly Fund Report, Volume 118-126

Series: International Dragonfly Fund Report Volume: 118-126
185 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
International Dragonfly Fund Report, Volume 118-126
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This issue contains the following short contributions:

International Dragonfly Fund Report 118: 1-10 / Mélanie Turiault
   A catalogue of the types of Protoneurinae and Disparoneurinae deposited in the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin (Odonata).
International Dragonfly Fund Report 119: 1-12 / Reagan Joseph T. Villanueva, Hilario Cahilog, Edgar Jose & Jonah van Beijnen
   A brief odonatological survey in Palawan and in Cuyo Island, the Philippines.
International Dragonfly Fund Report 120: 1-28 / Oleg E. Kosterin
   Spring aspect of Odonata of the Abrau Peninsula, the Black Sea coast of the West Caucasus, as observed in May 2018.
International Dragonfly Fund Report 121: 1-26 / Oleg E. Kosterin
   Macromidia genialis buusraaensis subspecies nova (Odonata, Synthemistidae s.l.) from eastern Cambodia.
International Dragonfly Fund Report 122: 1-25 / Rory A. Dow & Frank R. Stokvis
   Odonata from Gunung Melatai and two other locations in Kapit Division, Sarawak, with a review of the genus Heliogomphus in Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore.
International Dragonfly Fund Report 123: 1-21 / Oleg E. Kosterin & Gerard Chartier
   More Odonata found at the Cardamonean foothills in Koh Kong Province of Cambodia in 2014­-2018.
International Dragonfly Fund Report 124: 1-9 / Van Quang To & Quoc Toan Phan
   A record of Sinolestes editus Needham, 1930 (Odonata: Zygoptera: Synlestidae) from the Central Highlands of Vietnam, with descriptions of the collected male and female specimens.
International Dragonfly Fund Report 125: 1-18 / Zohreh Eslami, Mehregan Ebrahimi & Saber Sadeghi
   Late spring records of Odonata from the west margin of the Namak Lake, Northwest of Central Plateau of Iran.
International Dragonfly Fund Report 126: 1-36 / Jens Kipping, Falk Petzold & César Ngoulou
   Dragonfly and Damselfly (Insects: Odonata) inventory of the Réserve Naturelle des Gorilles de LésioLouna (RNGLL) on the Batéké Plateau in the Republic of Congo.

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Series: International Dragonfly Fund Report Volume: 118-126
185 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
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