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From: Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies) as a bridge between ecology and evolutionary genomics

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Diversity of both fossil and extant Odonata. a Lestes ceresti paratype MNHN R0744 Paris, France. Specimen is from the Chattian lacustrine carbonite of France and is 23.03–28.4 Ma. b Isophlebia sp. MNHN R55232 Paris, France. c Zentihoptera lanei courtesy of J. Johnson. d Ischnura ramburii mated pair (male above female below) with an andromorphic female, courtesy of S. Coleman. e Ischnura ramburii mated pair with a gynomorphic female courtesy of S. Coleman. f Platycypha caligata courtesy of J. Abbott. g Head of Calopteryx maculata showing the general head shape and relationship of the eyes and antennae for damselflies (Zygoptera). Red bar shows the distance between the eyes. h Head of Anax junius showing the general head shape and relationship of the eyes and antennae for dragonflies (Anisoptera) courtesy of R. Nelson. i Heteragrion angustipenne courtesy of K. Tennessen. j Microstigma rotundatum courtesy of K. Tennessen. k Arctotypus sylvaensis holotype PIN 17000/3245 Moscow, Russia. l Philogenia mangsisa larva from Bybee and Tennessen 2008. m-o Cordulegaster sp. larva anterior, dorsal and ventral view respectively. p Epiophlebia laidlawi larva. q Anax junius larva. r Hagenious brevistylus larva. s Macromiidae sp. t Podolestes orientalis larva courtesy of C.Y. Choong. M-S from SMB

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