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Publication Date

1967

Keywords

Dragonflies--Minnesota; Insects--Geographical distribution; Insects--Habitat

Abstract

The Anisoptera species found in Minnesota collections are listed. Eighteen of the 63 species are reported for the first time as occurring in Minnesota. The geographical distribution of the 63 species is presented. Factors affecting geographical distribution are discussed . The seasonal distribution of common species and genera with restricted flying times is discussed.

First Page

59

Last Page

61

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