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Reported ovo-viviparity in Heliocypha perforata (Odonata: Chlorocyphidae) – reassessment of the evidence, based partly on examination of the female reproductive system and mature eggs (International Journal of Odonatology, 2015)Heliocypha perforata (sensu lato) is a common stream-dwelling damselfly widespread in mainland tropical Asia. Recently a report has been published suggesting possible ovo-viviparity in this species, based on the interpretation ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Description of larvae of two species of Coeliccia Selys, 1865 from Sarawak, identified using DNA barcoding (Odonata: Platycnemididae) (Odonatologica, 2016)The final stadium (F) larva of Coeliccia flavostriata Laidlaw, 1918, is described and illustrated based on a mature male specimen, collected at Gunung Serapi, Sarawak, East Malaysia. The larva of Coeliccia campioni ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 2015)The dorsal surfaces of the hindwings of the dragonfly Rhyothemis resplendens (Odonata: Libellulidae) reflect a deep blue from the multilayer structure in its wing membrane. The layers within this structure are not flat, ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Nannophlebia leoboppi sp nov., a new dragonfly species from New Guinea (Odonata: Anisoptera: Libellulidae) (Zootaxa, 2015)Nannophlebia leoboppi sp. nov. is described and figured based on a male specimen collected in the Star Mountains of Central New Guinea. This relatively large representative of its genus is compared with its probable nearest ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Description of the final stadium larvae of Onychargia atrocyana Selys, 1865 from Sarawak, identified using DNA barcoding (Odonata: Zygoptera: Platycnemididae), with an overview of larval characters in the Platycnemididae (Zootaxa, 2015)The final stadium larva of Onychargia atrocyana Selys, 1865, is described and illustrated based on two female specimens collected at Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak, East Malaysia. The larvae were identified by matching ...JOURNAL ARTICLE