Unusual eggshell structures in Ictinogomphus australis (Selys) (Anisoptera: Gomphidae)
Odonatologica , Volume 19 - Issue 3 p. 293- 296
Eggs of I. australis carry a well developed surface reticulation and a posterior cone of filaments forming an attachment organ. The eggs are somewhat similar to those previously recorded from I. ferox (Rambur), but are seen here in greater detail using scanning electron microscopy.
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