Figure 1. Hydrophylita emporos stands near the base of the abdomen of damselflies (a) Coeliccia cyanomelas and (b) Psolodesmus mandarinus dorothea. (c) Map of Taiwan shows the type locality (Shimen) of Hydrophylita emporos and the two field sites (Fushan & Lienhuachih) in this study. (d) CO1 gene tree of Hydrophylita emporos samples collected from Coeliccia cyanomelas, Psolodesmus mandarinus dorothea and Psolodesmus mandarinus mandarinus. Numbers above the branches are support values of the Bayesian Posterior Probability (BPP). Branches without support values have values <50%.
Published as part of Lin, Chun-Yu, Hsu, Yu-Hsun, Wang, Jo-Fan & Lin, Chung-Ping, 2019, Journal of Natural History 53 (35) on pages 2195-2205, DOI: 10.1080/00222933.2019.1694714, http://zenodo.org/record/3654869