A first report of introduced non-native damselfly species (Zygoptera, Coenagrionidae) for Belgium

Tim Adriaens, Geert De Knijf

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alien species; non-native species; introduction pathways; Odonata; damselflies; Ischnura senegalensis; Pseudagrion microcephalum

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26496/bjz.2015.60

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