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A species list including favored habitats and dates.
Photos and facts of dragonflies and damselflies in Brisbane, Australia.
Promotes the study and conservation of dragonflies and damselflies and their natural habitats, especially in the United Kingdom. Includes images and an annotated checklist of British and Irish Odonata.
Sightings, photographs, California field key, FAQ, and links.
A selection of dragonfly articles, photographs and links to other sites.
Photographs and information on these insects, their distribution, description, biology and behavior, with a key to the families found in Florida.
Giff Beaton's site with numerous photos and identification tips for most of the state's species.
Dragonflies and Damselflies in the UK - particularly in North Buckinghamshire
Includes a checklist and a key, and a photograph and information of each of the species found in the state.
Photos and information on Alaskan Odonata, suitable for children or adults.
Article by Jake Page from Smithsonian Magazine about Desert Whitetails and Flame Skimmers in New Mexico's Bitter Lake Refuge.
Links to sites concerning dragonfly biology, pictures, books, and regional information.
Photographs of European and Australian dragonflies and damselflies with more than 1,300 photos freely viewable online.
Fieldguide with photographs and videos of the odonata species found in The Netherlands (Holland).
Checklist of Finland's 52 species of Odonata, portraits, and some impressive action photos showing copulation, foraging, territorial fighting, and courtship displays.
A list of Finnish dragonflies and short descriptions of each species in English.
Provides a network of information on dragonflies and damselflies.
Photographs by Glenn Corbiere of Chester, Massachusetts.
A species list including details of the States where each species is found.
Field checklist and annotated gallery of photos by Jeff Pippen.
Photos and notes by Will Cook, mostly taken in North Carolina.
Information from Wikipedia on the Odonata, an order of insects encompassing dragonflies (Anisoptera) and damselflies (Zygoptera).
Images of Odonata from the Czech Republic taken by Josef Hlasek. No explanatory text.
Photographs, checklists and range maps for dragonflies and damselflies of South Urals (Russia). New publications, projects and odonatological news. In Russian and English.
Includes a checklist of species, information on odonatologists, maps, new publications, projects and odonatological news.
Introduction and cultural odonatology references.
The characteristics of these insects, their life cycle, feeding and habitat, with illustrations.
Species maps, county lists, and images.
Description from the Animal Diversity Web.
E-mail group for discussion of dragonflies and damselflies in the southeastern United States.
Species list including details of the countries where each species is found.
Dragonfly FAQs, anatomy, a key to Swedish dragonflies and damselflies, how to catch and raise dragonflies, photographs, photography tips, and dragonfly sex.
Photographs of the Odonata of eastern Canada by Tim Allison.
Description from the Animal Diversity Web.
Introduction and cultural odonatology references.
Sightings, photographs, California field key, FAQ, and links.
Photos and notes by Will Cook, mostly taken in North Carolina.
Field checklist and annotated gallery of photos by Jeff Pippen.
Promotes the study and conservation of dragonflies and damselflies and their natural habitats, especially in the United Kingdom. Includes images and an annotated checklist of British and Irish Odonata.
Photographs, checklists and range maps for dragonflies and damselflies of South Urals (Russia). New publications, projects and odonatological news. In Russian and English.
A species list including details of the States where each species is found.
A species list including favored habitats and dates.
Species list including details of the countries where each species is found.
Photographs and information on these insects, their distribution, description, biology and behavior, with a key to the families found in Florida.
Photos and facts of dragonflies and damselflies in Brisbane, Australia.
Includes a checklist and a key, and a photograph and information of each of the species found in the state.
E-mail group for discussion of dragonflies and damselflies in the southeastern United States.
Fieldguide with photographs and videos of the odonata species found in The Netherlands (Holland).
A selection of dragonfly articles, photographs and links to other sites.
Article by Jake Page from Smithsonian Magazine about Desert Whitetails and Flame Skimmers in New Mexico's Bitter Lake Refuge.
Information from Wikipedia on the Odonata, an order of insects encompassing dragonflies (Anisoptera) and damselflies (Zygoptera).
The characteristics of these insects, their life cycle, feeding and habitat, with illustrations.
A list of Finnish dragonflies and short descriptions of each species in English.
Photos and information on Alaskan Odonata, suitable for children or adults.
Provides a network of information on dragonflies and damselflies.
Includes a checklist of species, information on odonatologists, maps, new publications, projects and odonatological news.
Photographs of European and Australian dragonflies and damselflies with more than 1,300 photos freely viewable online.
Dragonfly FAQs, anatomy, a key to Swedish dragonflies and damselflies, how to catch and raise dragonflies, photographs, photography tips, and dragonfly sex.
Checklist of Finland's 52 species of Odonata, portraits, and some impressive action photos showing copulation, foraging, territorial fighting, and courtship displays.
Images of Odonata from the Czech Republic taken by Josef Hlasek. No explanatory text.
Species maps, county lists, and images.
Giff Beaton's site with numerous photos and identification tips for most of the state's species.
Links to sites concerning dragonfly biology, pictures, books, and regional information.
Dragonflies and Damselflies in the UK - particularly in North Buckinghamshire
Photographs of the Odonata of eastern Canada by Tim Allison.
Photographs by Glenn Corbiere of Chester, Massachusetts.

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