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Common Dragonflies of the Southwest
By Kathy Biggs
Azalea Creek Pub, 2004
ISBN: 0967793416
Cite: 12905
Good photos, with discussion of identification and very brief discussion of range, flight season, and habitat. A companion web site (http://southwestdragonflies.net/) has more detailed range maps. The book covers about 70 species of dragonflies and about 40 species of damselflies.