(1201) GUGGISBERG, C.A.W., 1972. Crocodiles. Their natural history, folklore and conservation. David & Charles, Newton Abbot. X + 204 pp. Price: £2.75. – (Publisher’s Address: South Devon House, Newton Abbot, Devon. UK). On p. 83 it is stated that very young [Nile] crocodiles spend most of their time on land, and live on insects, snapping up beetles and giant water bugs, and jumping at passing dragonflies. (. Abstracter's note: The author is well known by his vivid accounts of the natural history of the big game, and particularly also by his 1954-1955 revision of the classical volume by F. von Tschudi, Tierleben der Alpenwelt (1854| [Guggisberg, Tierleben der Alpen, Vols. 1-2. Hallwag, Bern], Entomology is one of his many biological specialities). (1202) HARITONOV, A.YU., 1972. Rasprostranenie strekoz na territori! Chelyabinskoy oblasti. [Dragonfly distribution on the territory of the Chelyabinsk Oblast |. Tezisi Dokl. nauchno-kraeved. Konf. geogr. Obshch. SSSR, Chelyabinsk. Otd., pp. 51-52. (Russian). – (Inst. BioL, Siberian Sect. Acad Sci. USSR. Ul. Franse II. USSR-630091 Novosibirsk). This is an abstract of a paper given at the Conference of the Chelyabinsk Section of the USSR Society of Geography, dealing with the faunal composition (49 spp.), origin, ecological structure and local distribution of the Odon. of the Chelyabinsk Oblast, USSR. A list of spp. is omitted.