Reproductive behaviour of Diastatops obscura (Fabricius) in a riverine environment (Anisoptera: Libellulidae)
Odonatologica , Volume 35 - Issue 3 p. 289- 295
The reproductive behaviour of this neotropical dragonfly is described in a riverine environment in NE Brazil. In areas used for reproduction, the 3 3 behave like territorial perchers in order to defend the territories that will be used by 9 9 during their oviposition. The preferences of the <J 3 in reproductive territorial selection and the variation of their reproductive strategies are analyzed from an adaptationist point of view.
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J.B. Irusta, & A. Araújo. (2006). Reproductive behaviour of Diastatops obscura (Fabricius) in a riverine environment (Anisoptera: Libellulidae). Odonatologica, 35(3), 289–295.
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