(16265) ANDREEV, A.V., 1998. O faune Odonata Moldovy i strekozah Talmaszkogo uchastka Dnestra. — [On the odonate fauna of Moldavia and dragonflies of the Talmaz section of the Dniester river], Problemy sohraneniya bioraznoobraziya Srednego i Nizhnego Dnestra (Mater, mezhdunar. Konf.), pp. 14-16, ANM, Kishinev. (Russ.). — (Ecol. Soc. “Biotika”, Inst. Zook, Moldavian Acad. Sci,, Kishinev, Moldavia). Based on literature and on own (1998) collections, a commented list is presented of 41 spp. from the Prut-Dniester region in Moldavia and the adjacent territories. 7 of these were not as yet recorded from the Republic of Moldavia (= Moldova). (16266) CANNINGS, R.J., D. St. JOHN & G. HUTCHINGS, 1998. A survey of rare dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata) in the Okanagan and Similkameen valleys. Brit. Columbia Consent Data Centre, Victoria/BC. – (Conserv. Data Cent., P.O. Box 9344, Stn Prov. Govt, Victoria, BC, V8W 9M1, CA). [Not available for abstracting] — An updated, abridged edn, titled “Rare Odoanta of the Okanagan and Similkameen valleys, British Columbia”, appears at httpdlwww. livinglandscapes. be. calthompokldragonfileslrareodonata. hlml [sic!] — Treated are: Lestes forcipatus, Argia emma, A. vivida, Enallagma hageni, Aeshna constricta, Gomphus graslinellus, Stylurus olivaceus, Macromia magnifica (inch M. rickeri), Somatochlora cingulata, Erythemis collocata, Libellula pulchella and Sympetrum vicinum. A tab,, showing the characteristics of sites where they were seen or collected, is appended.