Although not about dragonflies (there is one of those coming out soon), two recently published papers may be of interest to readers if you, like us, are into other insects.
O'Brien, M. F., and J. A. Craves. 2016. Phyllopalpus pulchellus Uhler, the Handsome Trig (Orthoptera: Gryllidae), a confirmed Michigan resident. Great Lakes Entomologist 49:202-203.
Next up is a paper on a leaf-mining moth using a new host in North America, the non-native and invasive shrub Amur Honeysuckle. This paper documents the first regular use of this plant by a specialist insect herbivore; in fact, it has few arthropod herbivores -- generalists or specialists -- anywhere in its range. And native birds have learned to feed on the larvae. The abstract is below, contact me for access (nannothemis AT gmail DOT com).
Craves, J. A. 2017. Native birds exploit leaf-mining moth larvae using a new North American host, non-native Lonicera maackii. Ecoscience. Early online, published ahead of print. DOI:10.1080/11956860.2017.1367908