Odonatologica , Volume 32 - Issue 3 p. 303- 320
(14560) CLAYTON, P.A., 1994. Chronicle of the Pharaohs: the reign-by-reign record of the rulers and dynasties of ancient Egypt. Thames & Hudsch, London. 224 pp. ISBN 0-500-05074-0. On p. 49, a reference is made to the “20 silver bracelets inlaid with delicate dragonflies”, found 1925 in the tomb of Queen Hetep-Heres, the wife of Pharao Snefru (2613- -2589 BC) and mother of Pharaoh Khufu (= Cheops; 2589-2566 BC, Dynasty 4, Old Kingdom). (14561) ROWE, R.J., 1994. Agonistic behaviour of final-instar larvae of the damselfly Neosticta fraseri (Odonata: Isostictidae). Aust. J. Zool. 42(6): 733-734. — (Sch. Trop. Biol., James Cook Univ., Townsville, Qld4811,AU). 20 major displays were distinguished. Display motor patterns showed general similarity with those in coenagrionid larvae. The agonistic behaviour repertoir of N. fraseri is contrasted with published information on coenagrionid larvae and with the behaviours of Diphlebia euphoeoides (Amphipterygidae; cf. OA 9165), a superficially similar larva occurring in the same habitat. The use of larval agonistic display characters in phylogenetic analysis is discussed.
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