Volume 45 (3/4) 2016

Renner S., Périco E. & Sahlén G.: Man-made lakes form species-rich dragonfly communities in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest (Odonata)

Schiel F.-J. & Buchwald R.: How to survive the brief water-coverage of vernal ponds? Early hatching date and rapid larval development in Aeshna affinis (Odonata: Aeshnidae)

Gładysz M., Doleżych B., Cuber P., Karcz J., Łaszczyca P. & Miszta A.: Mud sediments on anal pyramids of Libellula quadrimaculata larvae – accidental phenomenon or bioindicator of heavy metal pollution? (Odonata: Libellulidae)

Coulter J.P., Bartels-Hardege H., Gennard D.E., Mill P.J., Cowell A., John E.A. & Hayes W.: Aeshna grandis larvae detect chemical cues derived from carrion: evidence of chemically-mediated food detection? (Odonata: Aeshnidae)

Koshkin M., Schröter A. & Wildermuth H.: The ‘waterfall spectacle’ of Libellula quadrimaculata-aggregations (Odonata: Libellulidae)

Deacon C. & Samways M.J.: Larva of one of the world’s rarest and most threatened damselflies: Spesbona angusta (Odonata: Platycnemididae)

Kalkman V.J.: Revision of the genus Celebargiolestes Kennedy, 1925 (Odonata: Argiolestidae)

Seehausen M. & Günther A.: Records of Neurothemis nesaea from Sulawesi, with taxonomic annotations on the N. intermedia-group (Odonata: Libellulidae)

Theischinger G. & Richards S.J.: Six new species of Nososticta Hagen, 1860 from Papua New Guinea (Odonata: Platycnemididae)

Theischinger G. & Richards S.J.: A new species of Gynacantha Rambur, 1842, from Papua New Guinea (Odonata: Aeshnidae)

Palacino-Rodríguez F.: Two decades of progress in over one hundred years of study: Present status of Odonata research in Colombia

Schröter A., Seehausen M., Kunz B., Günther A., Schneider T. & Jödicke R.: Addendum to: Update of the Odonata fauna of Georgia, southern Caucasus ecoregion