n African Entomology - Two species of Odonata newly recorded from Tunisia
|Article Title||Two species of Odonata newly recorded from Tunisia|
|© Publisher:||Entomological Society of South Africa (ESSA)|
|Affiliations||1 Laboratory of Environment Biomonitoring, Tunisia, 2 Laboratory of Environment Biomonitoring, Tunisia, 3 Laboratory of Environment Biomonitoring, Tunisia and 4 Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Spain|
|Publication Date||Jul 2014|
|Pages||291 - 296|
|Keyword(s)||Aeshna cyanea, Dragonfly, Odonata, Onychogomphus uncatus, Pyrrhosoma nymphula and Tunisia|
Two species of dragonflies, Pyrrhosoma nymphula and Aeshna cyanea, whose presence in Tunisia was unknown, have recently been recorded in Khroumirian streams, in the northwest of the country. A new population of Onychogomphus uncatus, a relatively rare species in North Africa (except Morocco), is also reported. Characteristics of their habitat are given.
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