Check List 15(2): 327-337, doi: 10.15560/15.2.327
Dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata) from Córdoba and San Luis provinces, Argentina
expand article infoJavier A. Márquez, Romina E. Principe, Diego E. Berejnoi§, José S. Rodríguez|, José C. Bedano, Carlos Molineri#
‡ CONICET, Departamento de Ciencias Naturales, Universidad Nacional de Río Cuarto, Río Cuarto, Argentina§ Departamento de Ciencias Naturales, Universidad Nacional de Río Cuarto, Río Cuarto, Argentina| Instituto de Biodiversidad Neotropical, San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina¶ CONICET, Departamento de Geología, Universidad Nacional de Río Cuarto , Río Cuarto, Argentina# National Council of Scientific Research, Argentina, San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina
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Nineteen geographical records for species of Odonata in 2 provinces of Argentina are documented. We provided records for 9 newly recorded species for Córdoba: Lestes spatula Fraser, 1946, Andinagrion peterseni (Ris, 1908), Argentagrion ambiguum (Ris, 1904), Erythemis attala (Selys in Sagra, 1857), Erythemis plebeja (Burmeister, 1839), Erythrodiplax media Borror, 1942, Micrathyria longifasciata Calvert, 1909, Micrathyria hypodidyma Calvert, 1906, and Tramea cophysa Hagen, 1867. In San Luis, we provided records for 10 newly recorded species: Hetaerina rosea Selys, 1853, Acanthagrion lancea Selys, 1876, Ischnura fluviatilis Selys, 1876, Oxyagrion rubidium (Rambur, 1842), Castoraeschna decurvata Dunkle & Cook, 1984, Rhionaeschna pallipes (Fraser, 1947), Phyllocycla argentina (Hagen in Selys, 1878), Erythrodiplax corallina (Brauer, 1865), Perithemis mooma Kirby, 1889, and Planiplax erythropyga (Karsch, 1891). Among these records, we extend the geographic distribution of A. peterseni and R. pallipes, which are endemic to Argentina and recorded P. erythropyga for the first time in Chaco phytogeographic province.

Anisoptera, Insecta, new records, South America, Zygoptera