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Urban Areas Create Refugia for Odonates in a Semi-Arid Region
In western Texas, most wetlands are fed from precipitation runoff, making them sensitive to drought regimes, anthropogenic land-use activities in their surrounding watersheds, and the interactive effect between these two factors. We surveyed adult odonates in 133 wetlands (49 in grassland settings, 56 in cropland, and 28 in urban areas) in western Texas from 2003–2020; 33 species were recorded. Most species were widespread generalists, but urban wetlands had the highest species richness, asdoi:10.3390/insects12050431 pmid:34064630 fatcat:vlfzs2j4nnb2rkobjuaofqerma