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Dragonfly Genera of the New World
By Rosser W. Garrison, Natalia von Ellenrieder, Jerry A. Louton
Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006
ISBN: 0-8018-8446-2
Cite: 229262 with citation markup [cite:229262]
The subtitle is an accurate description: "An illustrated and annotated key to the Anisoptera." The book is a key to the 195 dragonfly genera of the New World. The description of each genus includes drawings, distribution map, list of species with state of classification, a brief description of the genus, and references to literature on individual species.

While the entire hemisphere is treated, the authors consider the book most valuable as a guide to the diverse and obscure drangonflies of the tropics and South America.

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