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Kipping, J. 2010. The dragonflies and damselflies of Botswana – an annotated checklist with notes on distribution, phenology, habitats and Red List status of the species (Insecta: Odonata). Mauritiana (Altenburg), 21: 126 – 204


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Between 2000 and 2010, 111 species of Odonata have been recorded mainly from northern Botswana. Together with other published and unpublished records, this increases the checklist of the Odonata of Botswana to 127 species, of which 21 species have not been recorded before in Botswana.

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This updated checklist provides information for each recorded species on distribution, phenology, preferred habitats and specific notes, where appropriate. A detailed list of records is given, the localities sampled by the author are described in the appendix. The Red List status according to the IUCN assessment is given. Distribution patterns of the Odonata species in different freshwater ecoregions are discussed. Key words: Odonata, dragonflies, Africa, Botswana, Okavango Delta, checklist, Red List, IUCN.

Year: 2010

Type: Journal Article

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