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Fourteen damselfly and dragonfly species were recorded in 68 visits to a wadi pool in northern Oman, March 2012 to June 2014.Â All identifications were based on photographs.Â Apparently the pool has a core community of eight resident species.Â Paragomphus sinaiticus, globally Near Threatened, was regularlyÂ recorded.Â
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