Addendum & Errata for "Checklist of Kansas Dragonflies" (R.J. Beckemeyer & D.G. Huggins, February, 1997, Vol. 43, No. 2, 16 pp., The Kansas School Naturalist, Emporia State University & Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks)
Prepared by Roy J. Beckemeyer
Last updated 28 September 2001
- p. 7:
- Total number of species is increased from 80 to 83.
- Total number of Darners is increased from 9 to 10.
- Add species No. 2a. Aeshna interrupta lineata Walker 1908 -- Variable Darner [Added to list based on 3 male specimens discovered in the Kansas State University Collection by Ralph Charlton. Specimens from Riley and Marion Counties, July - Sept.]
- p. 8:
- Top left photo of No. 8 AESHNIDAE: Boyeria vinosa should be rotated 90 degrees clockwise.
- Bottom right photo of No. 24 GOMPHIDAE: Progomphus obscurus should be rotated 90 degrees counter-clockwise.
- p. 9:
- Middle right photo of No. 37 CORDULIINAE: Epitheca
princeps should be rotated 90 degrees counter-clockwise.
- Bottom right photo. Species name is misspelled. Correct
spelling is: xanthosoma.
- p. 11:
- Increase total number of Skimmers from 38 to 40.
- Add species No. 50a. Erythemis vesiculosa (Fabricius) 1775 -- Great Pondhawk [Added to list based on collection of a single specimen by Prof. Ralph Charlton of Kansas State University in Geary County near the Kansas River.]
- Add species No. 50b. Erythrodiplax umbrata (Linnaeus) 1758 -- Band-winged Dragonlet [Added to list based on a single teneral male specimen collected by Gary Hevel from Labette County (Oswego) on 11 July 1964 and discovered in the USNM collection by Roy
Beckemeyer. Species also collected by Roy Beckemeyer in Sedgwick Co.
8 June 1999]
- p. 16
- Left hand photo of No. 75. LIBELLULIDAE: Sympetrum occidentale fasciatum is upside-down.
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