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1 January 2022 Notes on some collections of dragonflies from northern Madagascar
Merlijn Jocque, Dan Slootmakers, Siel Wellens, Lily-Arison Rene De Roland, John C. Mittermeier, Dale Wright
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The Madagascar dragonfly fauna remains poorly documented. We list dragonfly observations from two Rapid Biodiversity Surveys in Mahajanga Province, northern Madagascar. Surveyed sites include a coastal area with several lakes close to Mariarano sampled in 2016 and a montane forested area with isolated forest patches in the Mahimoborondro and Bemanevika protected areas in north-central Madagascar close to Bealalana sampled in 2019. A total of 40 species were collected with observations made on three species IUCN listed as data deficient: Tatocnemis sinuatipennis, Neodythemis cf. trinervulata, and Pseudagrion simile.

Merlijn Jocque, Dan Slootmakers, Siel Wellens, Lily-Arison Rene De Roland, John C. Mittermeier, and Dale Wright "Notes on some collections of dragonflies from northern Madagascar," Notulae odonatologicae 9(7), 306-313, (1 January 2022). https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4746222
Received: 21 March 2021; Published: 1 January 2022
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Anisoptera
biodiversity
damselfly
data deficient
dragonfly
Zygoptera
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