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Species Tramea onusta - Red Saddlebags

 
 
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Dragonflies (Anisoptera) of the Southwest, by K. Biggs
[cite:596073]

Dragonflies and Damselflies of West Virginia
Photographs and Life History information about species of Odonata living in West Virginia and surrounding states. Many species have 4-7 photographs illustrating key ID traits. There is also an Odonates glossary and a bibliography of print sources.

Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of the United States
Has photo thumbnails, distribution maps, and some life history information. Be cautious in interpreting the distribution maps.

Johnson A. (2013) Arizona Odonata
[cite:596072]

Common Dragonflies and Damselflies of the Chicago Region
When John & Jane Balaban aren't on-line at BugGuide, they are working for various Chicago-area environmental groups. For the Field Museum, they made this beautiful on-line guide that can be viewed or downloaded at the URL given here.

Dragonflies and Damselflies of Arizona
Covers most odonate species found in Arizona.
Multiple pictures of each species.
Comparison of similar species.

Mauffray B. 1994-2011. Odonata information network
[cite:432709]
A collection of links to online resources on Odonata

Maine damselfly and dragonfly survey
[cite:432669]
A very helpful resource on northeastern fauna.

 
 
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