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Damselflies Dragonflies

Discussion in 'Book and Magazine Reviews' started by Kruggar, May 2, 2011.

  1. Kruggar

    Kruggar Arachnobaron

    A good find
    One of the first true handbooks for odonata for central ontario. Exhaustive study for species discovered in the Algonquin Park Areas. Most of these species exist along the eastern side of the continent. Has fairly good illustrations, and line work that shows how to identify using an eyepiece to observe and compare secondary genitalia and claspers. I would recommend this for anyone with any interest in the dragonflies/damselflies they see.

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