Acknowledgements

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Credits


Concept:

Richard Rowe (JCU) and John Trueman (ANU)
Design:
Richard Rowe and Rhondda Jones (JCU)
Coding and Implementation:
Rhondda Jones
Testing:
Robin Gilliver (JCU) and Richard Rowe
Provision of clean dataset:
Jan van Tol (Naturalis (National Museum of Natural History) Leiden)
Bioregion definitions:
John Morse (Clemson University)
Goad and conscience:
Philip S. Corbet

Contributors

This website could not be sustained without the freely-given efforts of many people.
We are very grateful to all concerned. The lists below are of the people who have registered as contributors to the site.

Site management and taxonomic control
Region
Name
Remarks
Australasia Richard Rowe Australia, North Queensland
James Cook University
Database manager and responsible for site contents
North Queensland Rhondda Jones Australia, North Queensland
James Cook University
Provides technical support for website and database

Information contributors
Region
Name
Remarks
Acunetix

Australasia Richard Rowe Australia

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Australia Ian Endersby Victoria, Australia

I have a database of hundreds of odonata reprints which I would be happy to interpolate into your database. I particularly notice that some of Gunther Theischinger's citations lack the title which I can provide.
Biological control of mosquito vectors by odonata larvae Venkatesh A Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India
Centre for Research in Medical Entomology (ICMR)
Dear Sir, I want to become a contributor to this Thanks Yours A.Venkatesh
Himalaya, Hindu Kush, Nepal, Myanmar, India Karen conniff Nepal
ICIMOD
I have good knowledge of Odonata from Sri Lanka.
INDIA - WESTERN GHATS REGION BALACHANDRAN V INDIA - KERALA STATE
TRAVANCORE NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY
mainly Neotropical Ângelo Parise Pinto Brazil, Rio de Janeiro state
Museu Nacional, UFRJ (Rio de Janeiro) and Museu de Zoologia, USP (São Paulo)
New Zealand Richard Rowe Australia QLD

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Northern Coastal Plain of NC, Mid-Atlantic States, Global Martha Edwards Smith Sharpsburg, NC, USA
Attended N.C.S.U. - Product Design
I am trying to learn as much as I can, as fast as I can so that I can understand and share the videos I have taken of Odonata behaviors over the past 10 years confined to one specific habitat, with a relatively good level of comprehension and knowledge. Thank you. Martha Edwards Smith
Oriental Tong Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China
South China Agricultural University
Oriental Tong Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China
Department of Entomology, College of Natural Resources & Environment, South Chin
Oriental Wen-Chi Yeh Taipei, Taiwan
Division of Forest Protection, Taiwan Forestry Research Institute
Ozark mountain region of the central United States George Sims USA (Missouri)

Very recent interest (2009) in odonates.
Paleartic, Cuba Adolfo Cordero Rivera Spain (Galiza, NW)
University of Vigo
Philippines Marc Kevin Mandapat Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines
Student
Philippines Marc Kevin Mandapat Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines
Student
Polynesia and Micronesia Milen Marinov Bryndwr, Christchurch, New Zealand

the Tropics Sharon Rose Tabugo Philippines
Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology
W Palearctic (including North Africa, Arabia & Levant) Jean-Pierre BOUDOT France, Meurthe-et-Moselle department
CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research)
Western Ghats, India Suhirtha Muhil M Tamil Nadu, India
Salim Ali Centre for Ornithology and Natural History, Coimbatore
WORLDWIDE Y. NORMA-RASHID MALAYSIA
UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA
Worldwide, especially Western Palearctic Dr. Arne W. Lehmann Germany, Brandenburg

www.researchgate.net/profile/Arne_Lehmann/ http://eol.org/users/39221 - Full Curator