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  1. Dragonflies and Damselflies of the West (Princeton Field Guides) by Dennis Paulson, 2009-04-13
  2. Dragonflies And Damselflies of Georgia And the Southeast (A Wormsloe Foundation Nature Book) (A Wormsloe Foundation Nature Book) (A Wormsloe Foundation Nature Book) by Giff Beaton, 2007-03-15
  3. Dragonflies and Damselflies of Texas and the South-Central by John C. Abbott, 2005-04-01
  4. Dragonflies and Damselflies: Model Organisms for Ecological and Evolutionary Research by Alex Córdoba-Aguilar, 2009-12-20
  5. Stokes Beginner's Guide to Dragonflies by Blair Nikula, Jackie Sones, et all 2002-05
  6. Dragonflies and Damselflies of Northeast Ohio by Larry Rosche, Judy Semroc, 2008-07-30
  7. Dragonflies and Damselflies in Your Pocket: A Guide to the Odonates of the Upper Midwest (Bur Oak Guide) by Ann Johnson, 2009-05-01
  8. Dragonflies & Damselflies of the Border Southwest (Natural History Series) by Robert A. Behrstock, 2008-09-09
  9. Dragonflies and Damselflies of California by Timothy D. Manolis, 2003-05-08
  10. The world of dragonflies and damselflies by Ross E Hutchins, 1969
  11. Dragonflies & Damselflies of the Rocky Mountains (American Naturalists Series) by Robert Dubois, 2010-08-10
  12. Common Dragonflies of the Southwest by Kathy Biggs, 2004-05
  13. Field Guide to the Dragonflies and Damselflies of Great Britain and Ireland
  14. Damselflies and Dragonflies (Discovering Nature) by Linda Losito, 1988-03

1. California Dragonflies & Damselflies
Browse through links to Web pages related to dragonflies and damselflies. Check out records of sightings and view pictures. CALIFORNIA DRAGONFLIES DAMSELFLIES. aka. CALIFORNIA ODONATA

"messengers of summer and heralds of the sun" H. Lons, poet and zoologist
Welcome to the California On-line Dragonfly Guide Site! Here you will find links not only to information on and photos of all the species of dragonflies and damselflies in California, but also information on books and general information about dragonflies.
Please scroll down the page to find the links that interest you. - Kathy Biggs, site creator

Click here to access 2003 sightings , here for 2002 sightings , here for 2001 sightings Year 2000 sightings, 1999 sightings or here for 1998 sighting records To subscribe to the CalOdes discussion group click on this icon/button
Click on images for more information
The FIRST dragonfly guide for California:
"Common DRAGONFLIES of California

A Beginner's Pocket Guide"

now at sale price by Kathy Biggs LOW PRICE on 1st printing bookstore overstocks A children's book on the dragonfly life cycle "My Life As A Dragonfly: Swimmer to Flyer" by William Cruscial NEW!

2. California Dragonflies & Damselflies
"messengers of summer and heralds of the sun" H. Lons, poet and zoologist
The California On-line Dragonfly Guide Site has moved! So that you may find links not only to information on and photos of all the species of dragonflies and damselflies in California,
but also information on books and general information about dragonflies
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3. Dragonflies And Damselflies (Odonata) Of The United States
Information on hundreds of species, including distribution maps, county checklists, and photographs.Category Science Biology Odonata dragonflies and damselflies......Information on hundreds of species of Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies) occurringin the United States, including distribution maps and county checklists.
This Web site is a "work in progress," consisting of information on the known distribution of Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) in the United States. Distribution maps and county checklists were created by extracting information on Odonata distribution from publications listed in References . Users of the Web site should recognize that lack of a confirmed sighting in a given county does not necessarily mean that the species is absent from that county. Because it is a "work in progress," the Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of the United States Web site is constantly being updated. Additional families, photos, and species accounts will be added as funds and time permit, and distribution maps of species that are already covered are being updated as new county records are established. Distribution maps are currently limited to states of the conterminous United States. Persons with knowledge of additional publications or information on Odonata distribution are asked to contact the project coordinator at the address given below.
Photo Thumbnails
Identify Odonates by navigating through thumbnails of all of our photos
Checklists of all species reported in a particular county or region
Distribution Maps
United States (Combined Maps)
Combined maps for Odonata occurring in the conterminous U.S.

4. Dragonflies And Damselflies
dragonflies and damselflies in the UK - particularly in North BuckinghamshireCategory Science Biology Odonata - dragonflies and damselflies...... These pages are about dragonflies and damselflies in the UK particularlyin North Buckinghamshire. There are seven main sections.

5. Dragonflies And Damselflies - Descriptions
Contains photographs and descriptions of many types of dragonflies.Category Kids and Teens School Time Insects dragonflies...... It is the most tolerant of pollution of all damselflies and dragonfliesand is sometimes the only species present over a body of water.

Resources and links from the International Odonata Research Institute.Category Science Biology Odonata - dragonflies and damselflies......dragonflies AND damselflies (Odonata Information Network). You arevisitor number. Since 17April-1996. Thanks for the visit. NOW
DRAGONFLIES AND DAMSELFLIES (Odonata Information Network)
You are visitor number. Since 17-April-1996. Thanks for the visit. NOW you can donate your used car, boat, tractor, etc through the IORI . You get tax break, IORI gets part of the salvage proceeds. For more click HERE
What You Will Find Here:
This Web Page serves as a place to post news stories, information requests, e-mail address directory, events, meetings etc. It also serves as a link to other Odonata related sites..... Scroll down to display the main menu. [ This site is undergoing major renovation, please keep in touch
  • Books/Supplies for sale Collecting Policy and Guidelines E-mail Directory of Odonatist List of species from around the world (NEW!!!) Meetings/events Organizations and Societies (DSA,IORI,SIO,WDA etc) Florida State Collection of Arthropods Odonata Collection Discussion groups/posting request for information Links to Other Odonata Sites Key to the North American Genera (by Alan Harvey) (NEW!!!) (NEW !!!)
  • The Odonate SiteRing
    This site owned by
    [Bill Mauffray]

    7. Dragonflies And Damselflies (Odonata) Of Lincoln County, Washington
    Insects of the order Odonata found in Lincoln County, Washington.
    Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata)
    of the United States
    Odonata of Lincoln County, Washington
    Species denoted with an asterisk (*) are unconfirmed or dubious records.

    8. The European Dragon- And Damselflies (Order: Odonata)
    Information, checklists, LOADS of pictures, links and literature aboutDragonflies and damselflies (Odonates). domain names : domain names, personal emails, url forwarding
    The European dragon- and damselflies (Order: odonata)
    Information, checklists, LOADS of pictures, links and literature about Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonates)
    Click here to continue

    9. Dragonflies And Damselflies Of Houston
    A list of dragonflies and damselflies of Houston, Texas, with Field Guides, Odonata Societies and Suggested Literature
    Dragonflies Damselflies Field Guides Odonata Societies ... Odonata Links
    (Harris, Galveston, Chambers, Brazoria, Fort Bend, Waller, Montgomery, San Jacinto and Liberty Counties) Last update 28 August 2002
    By Richard Orr, Bob Honig, and Robert A. Behrstock This newly updated version of THE DRAGONFLIES AND DAMSELFLIES OF HOUSTON, TEXAS, AND VICINITY allows you to see images of most of the species of East Texas Odonates in natural settings. Clicking scientific names (in blue) links you to photos at the Digital Dragonfly Museum web site
    Families of Dragonflies:
    Petaluridae (Petaltails) 1 species
    Gomphidae (Clubtails)
    19 species
    Aeshnidae (Darners)
    8 species
    Cordulegastridae (Spiketails)
    2 species
    Macromiidae (Cruisers)
    3 species
    Corduliidae (Emeralds)
    7 species
    Libellulidae (Skimmers)
    42 species
    Families of Damselflies:
    Calopterygidae (Broad-winged Damsels) 4 species
    Lestidae (Spreadwings)
    3 species
    Protoneuridae (Threadtails)
    1 species
    Coenagrionidae (Pond Damsels)
    25 species
    For each species listed, the following indicates the counties in the Houston, Texas, vicinity for which there is at least one known occurrence of that species. Listing of a county for a given species does not necessarily imply that the species can regularly be found in that county. Extremely rare occurrences are usually noted.

    10. Cheshire Dragonflies
    Cheshire dragonflies damselflies. These pages are intended to provide information about the status of Odonata in the
    These pages are intended to provide information about the status of Odonata in the County of Cheshire and also the Wirral.
    The Cheshire Recording Scheme
    The data presented is based upon records submitted to the Cheshire Odonata recording scheme which was established in its current format by Richard Gabb in 1985. The scheme is based on recording sightings of Odonata with a measure of their breeding status based on observations of breeding behaviour and nymphs or exuviae. Recordings are mapped on a two kilometre square or Tetrad basis. If you are interested in taking part in the recording scheme or wish to submit records please email me Details of individual species of Cheshire Odonata Details of the most recent sightings and Odonata news for 2003. Last year's recordings and comments plus the Cheshire records for 2002. Monthly recordings and comments for 2001. Insect Line - monthly reports on dragonflies, damselflies, butterflies and moths across the country and details of the Insect Line information service. If you want a detailed description of Cheshire Odonata and the recording scheme up to 1992 this is contained in:
    ISBN 906367 54 9 For other Odonata sites follow this link
    Back to David Kitching's Home Page
    Last updated 20.1.2003

    11. Dragonflies & Damselflies - Page 1
    Photos and notes by Chin Fah Shin.
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    12. Dragonflies And  Damselflies
    Photos and facts of dragonflies and damselflies in Brisbane, Australia.
    Home Damsel Photo Gallery Dragon Photo Gallery PROTONEURIDAE ... Australian Flatwing s Costal Flatwings DIPHLEBIIDAE Rockmaster AESHNIDAE ... Guest book
    Dragonflies and Damselflies
    This page contains pictures and information about Dragonflies and Damselflies that we found in the Brisbane area, Queensland, Australia. To have a quick look on those beautiful animals, you can go to our Damsel Photo Gallery and Dragon Photo Gallery pages. For more details please proceed from below.
    The insect Order Odonata includes damselflies ( suborder Zygoptera ) and dragonflies ( suborder Anisoptera ). Most of them are medium to large size, body length from 15mm to 120mm. Their bodies are long and slender, usually with a bright metallic colour. All of them have two pairs of membranous wings . Their hind wings and forewings are more or less similar size and shape. When they are at rest, the dragonflies held out theirs wings horizontally while damselflies held their wings vertically. They have very small antennae but very large compound eyes. They have the small three eyes (ocelli) as well. Their mouths are very good at biting (they don't bite or sting human). Their eyes and mouth occupy almost all their head . More about Dragonflies and Damselflies can be found on this page Dragonflies and Damselflies lay their eggs in flash water where the larva grow. Larvae need fairly precise

    13. Iowa Dragonflies And Damselflies
    Guide to the dragonflies and damselflies of Iowa. Includes checklists, photos, notes, and range maps.Category Science Biology Odonata dragonflies and damselflies......The dragonflies damselflies of Iowa. This web site would not be possiblewithout the hard work of a number of people whose collecting
    This web site would not be possible without the hard work of a number of people whose collecting and photography have contributed to today's knowledge of Iowa odonates.
    With a special thanks to: See acknowledgments You will need to enable cookies in your browser for all form functions to operate properly. The Iowa database is under renovation. While many of these pages are fine, please bear with us as errors are corrected in others. At this time the form to enter new sightings is not functional, but if you are finding new bugs in this weather... Quick Links: Add Record Form Field Checklist County Checklist [Home] ... with any problems using this site.
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    14. Dragonflies And Damselflies Of Minnesota
    Photos and information on their behavior.
    Dragonflies and Damselflies of Minnesota
    by Raphael Carter I thought I'd introduce these pages with some poetic line about how many millions of years dragonflies have been around, but maybe it's better to just mention the millions of mosquitoes they eat. Come June, that'll seem poetic enough.
    Dragonflies (Anisoptera)
    Skimmers Libellulidae Calico Pennant Celithemis elisa Halloween Pennant Celithemis eponina Eastern Pondhawk Erythemis simplicicollis Chalk-Fronted Corporal Ladona julia Crimson-Ringed Whiteface Leucorrhinia glacialis Dot-Tailed Whiteface Leucorrhinia intacta Four-Spotted Skimmer Libellula quadrimaculata Blue Dasher Pachydiplax longipennis Saffron-Winged Meadowhawk Sympetrum costiferum White-Faced Meadowhawk Sympetrum obtrusum Yellow-Legged Meadowhawk Sympetrum vicinum Darners Aeshnidae Canada Darner Aeshna canadensis Emeralds Corduliidae American Emerald Cordulia shurtleffii Spiny Baskettail Epitheca spinigera Clubtails Gomphidae Horned Clubtail Arigomphus cornutus Pronghorn Clubtail (new 11/2001) Gomphus graslinellus Dragonhunter Hagenius brevistylus Rusty Snaketail Ophiogomphus rupinsulensis
    Damselflies (Zygoptera)
    Bluets Enallagma sp.

    15. Welcome
    Newsletter about dragonflies and damselflies in southern New England. Includes comprehensive links, resources, and images.
    Welcome! Ode News is a newsletter about dragonflies and damselflies in southern New England.
    From this page you can access the following:
    Back issues of Ode News Over 200 interesting odonate links Checklist of dragonflies and damselflies of Cape Cod (over 150 color photos!
    Checklist of dragonflies and damselflies of Massachusetts
    (over 280 color photos!
    List of Massachusetts Odonates by county
    Photographic reference guide for odonates in the U.S. and Canada Miscellaneous odonate images (Mexico, New Brunswick, FL, ME, TX, VT) Resources Article about photographing dragonflies and damselflies by Blair Nikula Bibliography of New England odonatology
    Sign up for the Northeast Odonates listserve!

    E-mail list of odonatists from around the world
    (maintained by Bill Mauffray, OIN)
    Stokes Beginner's Guide to Dragonflies and Damselflies

    by Blair Nikula and Jackie Sones.
    Available directly from Ode News! Have fun, and if you have any comments or questions, e-mail us!
    Thank you for visiting!
    The Ode News Web site was created by Jackie Sones , with help from Jeremiah Trimble
    and Blair Nikula , and is currently maintained by Blair Nikula.

    16. Dragonflies And Damselflies (ODONATA) Of Ontario
    Species lists, photos and distribution for 161 species of damselflies and dragonflies in Ontario.
    Regional Lists of
    Ontario Odonata
    Paul D. Pratt
    Blue-ringed Dancer This site was created in1999 because of the increasing public interest in dragonflies, expectations of a new North American field guide and the start of a new annual odonate summary by the Toronto Entomologists Association. Corrections and additions to these regional lists are welcome. The following lists include all 167 species of damselflies and dragonflies recorded in Ontario with regional lists for the following counties in the southwestern portion of the province: Essex, Kent, Lambton, Elgin, Middlesex, Huron, Grey and Bruce . Over sixty photographs are available by clicking on underlined text in the lists. ONTARIO SPECIES ESS KEN LAM ELG MID HUR GRE BRU Sources for the data include my own records (since 1982), Checklist of Odonata of Pinery Provincial Park (1998), Skevington and Carmichael's checklist for north Lambton County (1997), Steward and Carmichael's list for Elgin County (1993), the Ontario Natural Heritage Information Centre's Atlas of Ontario Odonata (1999), Catling and Brownell's Damselflies (Zygoptera) in Ontario from 1900 to 1952 (1997), Walker's three volumes on the Odonata of Canada (1953, 1958, 1975), Ontario Odonata, Volume 1 (2000), Ontario Odonata, Volume 2 (2001) and Ontario Odonata, Volume 3 (2002). Many new publications on damselflies and dragonflies have appeared in recent years. These include:

    The dragonflies And damselflies (Odonata) Of Louisiana. by Bill Mauffray. AbstractThe dragonflies amd damselflies (Odonata) of Louisiana.
    The Dragonflies And Damselflies (Odonata) Of Louisiana by Bill Mauffray International Odonata Research Institute % Division of Plant Industry P.0. Box 147100 Gainesville, FL. 32614 e-mail: Originally published in Bulletin of American Odonatology Volume 5 Number 1 Oct 1997 Last update 3-Jan-1999 (updates since print publication in RED Abstract: The Dragonflies amd Damselflies (Odonata) of Louisiana A comprehensive study of Louisiana dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata) was published CONTENTS: Introduction Physiography Of Louisiana Distribution Of Odonata Within Louisiana Sources Of Information ... The List (intro and legend) Zygoptera Calopterygidae Lestidae Coenagrionidae Anisoptera Petaluridae Aeshnidae Gomphidae Cordulegastridae ... Bibliography Introduction: A comprehensive study of Louisiana dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata) was published
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    Physiography Of Louisiana: All of Louisiana is in the Gulf Coastal Plain. Bick (1957) divided the state into 4 general physiographic zones: (see fig 1.) the Pinelands, Alluvial, Prairie, and Deltaic plain. This scheme seems to work out well with regards to Odonata distribution. The pinelands zone is separated by the alluvial areas of the Mississippi and Red rivers into 3 separate sub- areas in this study: (1) the Southeast Pinelands, extending eastward from the Mississippi alluvial area into southern Mississippi; (2) the Northern Pinelands, bounded on the east by the Mississippi alluvial area and on the west by the Red River alluvial area (this area extends northward into Arkansas and continues up to the Ouachita foothills); and (3) the Western Pinelands extends from the Red River alluvial areas westward to Houston and Tyler, Texas, and into southeastern Oklahoma.

    18. North Coast Odonata - Ohio Odonata
    Accumulates data on the distribution and abundance of dragonflies and damselflies in northern Ohio. Includes program information and survey instructions.
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    To encourage dragonflies and damselflies, build a pond and they will come! ReadKathy's article The Pleasures of Wildlife Ponding by clicking here. or.
    aka CALIFORNIA ANISOPTERA Checklist provided by Ron Lyons with COMMON NAMES OF DRAGONFLIES
    as adopted by the Dragonfly Society of the Americas
    (Argia, vol.8, no.2, 1 August 1996)
    Information for this site has been collected and edited Kathy Biggs who assumes full responsibility.

    CA Dragonflies on
    AUGUST 28, 2002
    A new species was added to CA records 5-99!

    The CA distribution maps were last updated on August 19, 2002. Click here to access distribution in nearby states
    Request an Excel chart of CA Dragonfly distribution by county by emailing Kathy
    A CALIFORNIA Dragonfly Discussion Group, the CalOdes group at Yahoo! Groups, was formed in January 2002. To learn more about the CalOdes group, please visit . To start sending messages to members of this group, simply send email to Click here to go to a list of programs and field trips being given about CA's Dragonflies shortcut to Skimmers , or to Emeralds,

    20. Welcome To The Baytown Nature Center!
    Nature preserve with uplands, transitional zones, oak motts and wetlands. Butterflies, dragonflies and damselflies, wildflowers, mammals, aquatic organisms and many species of birds.
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    Wetlands Center
    Imagine taking a quiet stroll through a 400+ acre nature preserve with uplands, transitional zones, oak motts and wetlands. Enjoy numerous butterflies, dragonflies and damselflies, wildflowers, mammals, aquatic organisms and over 315 species of birds thriving in this unique area. Experience seeing threatened and endangered species in their habitats. Visit the Baytown Nature Center (BNC). The City of Baytown, a steward of the BNC, places highest priority on habitat protection so that development does not conflict with wildlife usage of this environment. The City is committed to protecting this unique wildlife-dependent ecosystem and to educating others about the importance of wetlands. baytown nature center, gulf coast, birding, wildlife, parks, hiking, Texas, trails, city of baytown

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