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By Rosser W. Garrison

Dragonfly Genera of the hot World is a fantastically illustrated and accomplished advisor to the taxonomy and ecology of dragonflies in North, heart, and South the USA. A reference of the best quality, this e-book unearths the impressive good looks and complexity of this varied order.

Although Odonata―dragonflies and damselflies―are one of the such a lot studied teams of bugs, earlier there was no trustworthy capacity to spot the recent international genera of both crew. This quantity offers totally illustrated and updated keys for all dragonfly genera with descriptive textual content for every genus, followed via distribution maps and 1,595 diagnostic illustrations, together with wing styles and features of the genitalia.

For entomologists, limnologists, and ecologists, Dragonfly Genera of the hot World is an fundamental source for box identity and laboratory research.

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Agriogomphus partially (Page 88) girl head posterior view 503 Ebegomphus minutus 504 Agriogomphus sylvicola 6. Gomphidae 29(23). Occiput principally naked or with scattered hairs (as in Fig. 505) ..... Ebegomphus partly (Page a hundred and one) 505 Perigomphus pallidistylus eighty three 29’. Occiput with a perimeter of hairs alongside its summit (as in Fig. 506) ................ Tibiagomphus (Page 129) 506 Ophiogomphus purepecha male head dorsal view 30(21). FW with supplementary trigonal department (as in Fig. 507) ................................. Hagenius (Page 109) 30’. FW missing supplementary trigonal department (as in Fig. 508) ............................................................ 31 507 male FW basal part – Hagenius brevistylus 508 male FW basal part – Progomphus gracilis 31(30). Vulvar lamina bifid (as in Figs. 509-512) ....... ................................................................................ 32 31’. Vulvar lamina break up into 2 parralel-sided lobes (Fig. 513) ..................... Archaeogomphus (Page ninety one) vulvar lamina ventral view 510 Cyanogomphus waltheri 509 Gomphus quadricolor 511 Agriogomphus sylvicola 512 Tibiagomphus uncatus 513 Archaeogomphus furcatus 32(31). Epiproct polished and approximately so long as cerci (Figs. 496a-b) ........ Epigomphus partially (Page 102) 32’. Epiproct no longer polished, lined with hairs, and customarily no longer so long as cerci (Fig. 497) .................. 33 33(32). Vulvar lamina attaining 0.5 of S9 or shorter (as in Figs. 509-511) ............................................. 34 33’. Vulvar lamina surpassing half of S9 (as in Fig. 512) ....................................................................... 35 34(33). Vulvar lamina extending to a few 1/4 of S9 (as in Fig. 509) ...... Progomphus partly (Page a hundred twenty five) 34’’. Vulvar lamina extending to approximately 0.5 of S9 (as in Fig. 511) ................................................................. ............. Anomalophlebia / Desmogomphus partially [see subsequent web page] 34’. Vulvar lamina extending to a couple of third of S9 (as in Fig. 510) ............................................................ ............................ Desmogomphus partially (Page ninety seven) 84 DRAGONFLY GENERA OF the hot international Anomalophlebia (Page 89): Dorsal margin of occipital crest with a medial prominence (Fig. 514); fundamental antenodal 2 in HW toward nodus than to fundamental antenodal 1 (Fig. 516) girl occipital crest Desmogomphus (Page 97): Dorsal margin of occipital crest linear (Fig. 515); fundamental antenodal 2 in HW a little toward fundamental antenodal 1 than to nodus (Fig. 517) frontal view 514 Anomalophlebia nitida 515 Desmogomphus paucinervis 516 lady HW basal part Anomalophlebia nitida 35(33). Ociput posterior margin extensively rounded (as in Fig. 518); spines of distal 0.5 of hind femur approximately so long as femur width (Fig. 520); hind femur (C) so long as width of head or longer (D) (as in Fig. 524) ........................................... Perigomphus (Page 118) 518 Perigomphus pallidistylus 35’. Occiput posterior margin with a transverse ridge alongside its whole width (as in Fig.

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