Literature

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2012New provincial records of Odonata from Thailand mostly based on photographs
J. C. Abbott2011The female of Leptobasis melinogaster González-Soriano (Odonata: Coenagrionidae)
P. Allbrook, Watson, J., Linthorne, J. A.1978The status of Acanthaeschna and Austraeschna
C. N. Anderson, Grether G. F.2010Character displacement in the fighting colours of Hetaerina damselflies
E. Appel, Gorb S.2011Resilin in dragonfly wings
A. Arillo, Nel A.2005The first Baltic amber dysagrionine damselfly (Odonata: Zygoptera: Thaumatoneuridae: Dysagrioninae)
S. Asahina1998Further notes on Odonata from Northern Vietnam: 1. Cordulegasteridae
S. Asahina1997Records of the northern Vietnamese Odonata taken by the expedition members from the National Science Museum, Tokyo. 6. Platystictidae, Megapodagrionidae, Lestidae and Synlestidae
S. Asahina1997Records of the northern Vietnamese Odonata taken by the expedition members from the National Science Museum, Tokyo. 5. Coenagrionidae, Protoneuridae and Platycnemididae
S. Asahina1996Records of the northern Vietnamese Odonata taken by the expedition members from the National Science Museum, Tokyo. 4. Libellaginidae, Euphaeidae, Calopterygidae and Amphipterygidae
S. Asahina1996Records of the northern Vietnamese Odonata taken by the expedition members from the National Science Museum, Tokyo. 2. Gomphidae
S. Asahina1995Records of the Northern Vietnamese Odonata taken by the expedition members from the National Science Museum, Tokyo: 1. Cordulegasteridae
S. Asahina1987A revised description of Schmidtiphaea schmidi (Odonata, Euphaeidae)
S. Asahina1986A new Oligoaeschna (Odonata: Aeschnidae) from Thailand
S. Asahina1983Further contributions to the knowledge of Nepalese Cephalaeschna and their allies (Odonata, Aeschnidae)
S. Asahina1982A revision of the Himalayan Dragonflies of the Genus Neallogaster (Odonata, Cordulegasteridae)
S. Asahina1981A revision of the Himalayan dragonflies of the genus Cephalaeschna and its allies (Odonata, Aeschnidae) (Part 1)
S. Asahina1981A revision of the Himalayan dragonflies of the genus Cephalaeschna and its allies (Odonata, Aeschnidae) (Part 2)
S. Asahina1981A new Chlorogomphus from Thailand (Odonata, Cordulegasteridae)
S. Asahina1978A remarkable new damsefly allied to Bayadera (Odonata: Euphaeidae)
S. ASAHINA1978NOTES ON CHINESE ODONATA,VIIFurther Studies on the GRAHAM Collection preerved in the U. S. National Museum of Natural History, Suborder Anisoptera
S. ASAHINA1976NOTES ON CHINESE ODONATA,VSome Odonata from Human and Hupeh Provinces
S. ASAHINA1976NOTES ON CHINESE ODONATA,VIFurther Studies on the GRAHAM Collection preerved in the U. S. National Museum of Natural History, Suborder Zygoptera
S. ASAHINA1973NOTES ON CHINESE ODONATA, IVD. C. GRAHAM COLLECTION FROM SZECHUAN AND T. H. CHENG COLLECTION FROM FUKIEN
S. Asahina1963Description of the possible adult dragonfly of Epiophlebia laidlawi from the Himalayas
S. Asahina1961The taxonomic characteristics of the Himalayan Epiophlebia-larva (Insecta, Odonata)
S. Asahina1961Is Epiophlebia laidlawi Tillyard (Odonata, Anisozygoptera) a good species?
S. Asahina1959On a fossil dragonfly wing from the Pleistocene of Shiobara, Central Japan
S. Asahina1957On the pterothoracic interpleural suture of Mesozoic and Recent Odonata
S. Asahina1957Evolutional sequence as shown in the structure of the discoidal cell of the wings of Epiophlebia superstes Selys (Odonata: Anisozygoptera)
S. Asahina1956Notes on an African Amphipterygid, Pentaphlebia stahli Foerster (Odonata, Amphipterygidae)
S. Asahina1954A morphological study of a relic dragonfly Epiophlebia superstes Selys (Odonata, Anisozygoptera)
S. Asahina1956Dragonflies from West Tien-Mu-Shan, Central China
D. Azar, Nel A.2008First Baltic amber megapodagrionid damselfly (Odonata: Zygoptera)
D. Azar, Prokop, J., Nel, A.2010The fi rst damselfl y from the Early Cretaceous Lebanese amber(Odonata, Zygoptera, Lestomorpha)
E. F. Ballare, Ware J. L.2011Dragons fly, biologists classify: an overview of molecular odonate studies, and our evolutionary understanding of dragonfly and damselfly (Insecta: Odonata) behavior
K. H. Barnard1933A new genus of Corduline dragonfly from South Africa
T. J. Battin1993The odonate mating system, communication, and sexual selection: A review
R. G. Beattie, Nel A.2012A new dragonfly, Austroprotolindenia jurassica (Odonata: Anisoptera), from the Upper Jurassic of Australia
C. D. Beatty, Andrés, J. A., Sherratt, T. N.2003Oral presentationConspicuous coloration in males of the damselfly Nehalennia irene (Zygoptera: Coenagrionidae): do males signal their unprofitability to other males?
G. Bechly2010Additions to the fossil dragonfly fauna from the Lower Cretaceous Crato Formation of Brazil (Insecta: Odonata)
G. Bechly2005A new fossil dragonfly (Anisoptera: Corduliidae) from the Paleocene Fur Formation (Mo clay) of Denmark
G. Bechly2005A re-description of “Stenophlebia“ casta (Insecta: Odonata: Parastenophlebiidae n. fam.) from the Upper Jurassic Solnhofen limestone in Germany
G. Bechly2003Description of a new species of Nannogomphus (Insecta: Odonata: Nannogomphidae) from the Upper Jurassic Solnhofen Limestone in Germany
G. Bechly2001A new species of Cymatophlebia (Insecta: Odonata: Anisoptera: Cymatophlebiidae) from the Solnhofen lithographic limestone (Upper Jurassic, Germany)
G. Bechly2000Two new fossil dragonfly species (Insecta: Odonata: Pananisoptera: Aeschnidiidae and Aktassiidae) from the Solnhofen lithographic limestones (Upper Jurassic, Germany)
G. Bechly2000Two new dragonfly species (Insecta: Odonata: Anisoptera: Araripegomphidae and Lindeniidae) from the Crato limestone (Lower Cretaceous, Brazil)
G. Bechly2000A new fossil damselfly species (Insecta: Odonata: Zygoptera: Coenagrionidae: Ischnurinae)
G. Bechly1998New fossil dragonflies from the Lower Cretaceous Crato Formation of North-East Brazil (Insecta: Odonata)
G. Bechly1998A revision of the fossil dragonfly genus Urogomphus, with description of a new species

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