Dragonfly or Damselfly?Side by Side The Little and Large Show The Shell Game Going to Extremes Side by Side answer Going Zen The Rule Acknowledgement of sources

Author Jeff Melvaine

Footnote & References

  1. Identification Guide to the Australian Odonata, Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water NSW
    • Prepared by: Gunther Theischinger, Waters and Catchments Science, Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water NSW and Ian Endersby, 56 Looker Road, Montmorency, Victoria 3094
      ISBN 978 1 74232 475 3 DECCW 2009/730 December 2009
  2. Wikipedia wing scans (used in collations)
  3. Wikipedia graphics for Epiophlebia superstes (collated in “Going Zen” banner)
  4. iNaturalist
    • Authorship and copyright for each referenced sighting as advised on that site.
  5. https://china-odonata.top
    • Authorship and copyright as recognised by the website.
  6. General reference
    • A STUDY OF THE RECTAL BREATHING APPARATUS IN THE LARVAE OF ANISOPTERID DRAGONFLIES. BY R. J. TILLYARD, M.A. (Cantab.), B.Sc. (Sydney), F.L.S., F.E.S.
    • LINNEAN SOCIETY’S JOURNAL—ZOOLOGY. vol. xxxiii. November 1916. LINNEAN SOCIETY OF LONDON, BURLINGTON HOUSE, PICCADILLY W. 1916.
    • (From the Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, 1917, Vol. xlii, Part 1, March 28th.] ON THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE CAUDAL GILLS OF THE LARVAE OF ZYGOPTERID DRAGONFLIES. INTRODUCTION, PART i. (GENERAL MORPHOLOGY), AND PART ii. (STUDIES OF THE SEPARATE TYPES). By R. J. TILLYARD, F.L.S., LINNEAN MACLEAY FELLOW OF THE SOCIETY IN ZOOLOGY.
    • [From the Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, 1917, Vol. xlii., Part 3., November 28th.] ON THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE CAUDAL GILLS OF THE LARVA OF ZYGOPTERID DRAGONFLIES. PART iii. (ONTOGENY), AND PART iv. (PHYLOGENY). By R. J. TILLYARD, M.A., B.Sc., F.L.S., F E.S.. LINNEAN MACLEAY FELLOW OF THE SOCIETY IN ZOOLOGY.
    • J. Aust. Ent. Soc., 1982,21: 309-311 NOTE A TRULY TERRESTRIAL DRAGONFLY LARVA FROM AUSTRALIA (ODONATA: CORDULIIDAE) J. A. L. WATSON Division of Entomology. CSIRO. P.O. Box 1700. Canberra City. A.C.T. 2601.
    • Dragonflies of the world. Jillian D. Silsby. Copyright 2001. CSIRO Publishing.
    • Dragonflies. Behaviour and Ecology of Odonata. Philip S. Corbet, University of Edinburgh, Scotland UK. Comstock Publishing Associates, Cornell University Press, 3rd printing, 2004.
    • A new Epiophlebia (Odonata: Epiophlebioidea) from China with a review of epiophlebian taxonomy, life history, and biogeography. Frank Louis Carle. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Department of Entomology. Arthropod Systematics Phylogeny 70 (2) 75 – 83 © Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung, eISSN 1864-8312, 28.09.2012
    • The classification and diversity of dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata) Author Dijkstra, KDB, Bechly, G, Bybee, SM, Dow, RA, Dumont, HJ, Fleck, G, Garrison, RW, Hämäläinen, M, Kalkman, VJ, Karube, H, May, ML, Orr, AG, Paulson, DR, Rehn, AC, Theischinger, G, Trueman, JWH, Van Tol, J, Von Ellenrieder, N, Ware, J Published 2013 Journal Title Zootaxa DOI https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3703.1.9
    • Dragonflies & Damselflies. A Natural History. Copyright 2019 Dennis Paulson. Princeton University Press.
    • The Complete Field Guide to Dragonflies of Australia, Second Edition. Copyright 2021 Gunther Theischinger, John Hawking (text), Albert Orr (illustrations). CSIRO Publishing.

Dragonfly or Damselfly?Side by Side The Little and Large Show The Shell Game Going to Extremes Side by Side answer Going Zen The Rule Acknowledgement of sources


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