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Dave Czaplak--Maryland Dragonfly and Damselfly Identification Pages
Dave Czaplak of Maryland, USA, has some very good pages on Moths and Butterflies, (http://odolep.com/) but the most impressive parts of his site are on odonata--so I wanted to be sure to put a link in that category. (I've put as the main link above his page on damselflies.) He has done some beautiful drawings of damselfly abdomens--very useful in identification.

The pages on odonates are:
ID Page for Mosaic Darners in MD
ID Page for River Cruisers in MD

se-odonata · Dragonflies and Damselflies of the Southeastern US
A group for lovers of Dragonflies and Damselflies (and relatives) in the Southeastern US. An active list in spring and summer.

Odonata/Dragonfly Biodiversity--Slater Museum of Natural History, Univ. of Puget Sound
Has a variety of resources, including a checklist of world odonata.

Josh Rose--Odonatologist
Josh Rose is a PhD candidate at Duke University in North Carolina. His home page is a good starting point for serious students of odonates (dragonflies and damselflies).

(That page may disappear at some point, as Josh is no longer at Duke.)

Beginner's Guide to Dragonflies
Good introduction to anatomy, etc. on the web.

New Jersey Odes
Photos, species accounts, New Jersey ode survey.

DRAGONFLIES OF NORTH CAROLINA
Very good checklist with links to Randy Emmitt's fine photographs.

Giff Beaton's Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of Georgia
Extensive site with excellent photographs, descriptions of flight dates and occurrence in Georgia. Beaton's site also has Robber Flies, Syrphids, and other organisms.

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