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Florent Prunier
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« on: January 22, 2014, 09:47:04 am »

Here, I join the links for two introductory papers on andalusian dragonflies -in english-, produced by one of our greatest expert, David Chelmick, which use to visit us once a year to search for mythical species such as Macromia splendens. I knew him finaly last year at Doñana and we had great fun.

Range expansion of european dragonflies - the appearance of african species in Iberia. Atropos, 43 (2011)
>>https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2kd5jiuLFPFOUwxYnd6RENjNEk/edit?usp=sharing

Dragonflies of a Wilderness — The Story of a Coto Doñana Expedition. Atropos, 50 (2013)
>> https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2kd5jiuLFPFUWY1dF9EaHR1TEU/edit?usp=sharing



In this paper,there are minor errata:

>> there has never been any detailed survey work of this most im portant Spanish wetland and its dragonflies.
Despite there were some previous works (the most important, never published, by the way), it is true that none undertook a major survey corresponding with the importance of the area.

>> ROLA should organise an initial and first ever formal survey of the dragonflies of the Coto Donana.
In light of the anterior statement, this is a slight exageration. Nevertheless, Leónidas is exploring wetlands never studied before for dragonflies (or any kind of insect, really).

>> Day 2: Cotos
This was specificaly the Abalorio area, which is a coto (but not "The Coto Doñana").

>> American Signal Crayfish Pacifastacus leniusculus
The species is Procambarus clarkii.

>> over a relaxing beer.
you all know, in this part of the world, we do prefer "relaxing cup of café con leche"!

Enjoy





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« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2014, 07:44:39 pm »

Super papers Florent, thanks for posting. I would like to find the Dark Spreadwing this year and this will be a big help.
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