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Dragonflies and Damselflies of Oregon - A Field Guide
By Cary Kerst and Steve Gordon
Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, OR, 2011

Dragonflies and Damselfies of Louisiana
By Michael L. Ferro, Katherine A. Parys, Matthew L. Gimmel, Gayle Strickland, Jeanell Strickland
Louisiana State Arthropod Museum, 2010
Celebrate the beauty and diversity of nature with this field guide to Louisiana’s dragonflies and damselflies. This level of detail can’t be found in any other guide currently available; it provides both top and side high resolution scanned images of 118 species of dragonflies and damselflies known from the state of Louisiana and adjoining states. All species are represented by life-sized images, and smaller species are shown as both life-sized and enlarged images. In addition, both male and female specimens are provided for most species. A photographic "head shot" of each species is also included and most species showing variation in color pattern are represented by multiple photographs.

Dragonflies and Damselflies of the West
By Dennis Paulson
Princeton, 2009
Covers all dragonflies and damselflies of western North America north of Mexico. Excellent photos of every species, many figures of appendages and other details needed for identification.

Should cover most species in the east as well (eastern guide due in the next year or so). Might be a bit heavy for carrying around but otherwise looks great.

Field Guide to The Dragonflies and Damselflies of Algonquin Provincial Park and the Surrounding Area
By Colin D. Jones, Andrea Kingsley, Peter Burke, and Matt Holder
Friends of Algonquin, 2008
This book comes as close to being the perfect field guide for any flora or fauna I have ever seen. It is an illustration-based book that has:

--Complete species descriptions (everything needed to nail an identification, including drawings of terminal ends and other features that need to be seen through a hand lens or microscope)
--Complete coverage of species (all 135 species within Central Ontario are covered)
--Coverage of both dragonflies and damselflies (not many odonata guides do this)

Also no one has ever published a field guide of this caliber for Central Ontario. From my location, North Bay, every species I need covered is covered and very few species listed in this field guide do not occur near North Bay.

The Odonata of Canada and Alaska
By Edmond M. Walker, Philip S. Corbet
University of Toronto Press
Walker, Edmond M. The Odonata of Canada and Alaska. 3 vols. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Volume One published in 1953
Volume Two published in 1958
Volume Three published in 1975 with additional author:

Walker, Edmond M., Philip S. Corbet. The Odonata of Canada and Alaska. Vol. 3. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1975.

This publication has been out of print until recently, and is now in reprint through the University of Toronto Press. Non-original covers, and pages are from high-resolution scans of original text.

Describes and keys out 189 of the 210 species of Odonata currently found in Canada and Alaksa (according to www.odonatacentral.org, 12/25/2008), with two additional species described (but not keyed) in the addenda of volume three.

Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of Texas, Volume 3
By John Abbott
Lulu.com, 2008
Now includes 224 species. Updated seasonality and distributional data, plus new articles.

Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of Texas, Volume 2
By John Abbott
Lulu.com, 2007
Updated seasonality and distributional data, plus new articles.

Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of Texas, Volume 1
By John Abbott
Lulu.com, 2006
A reference of distribution maps, county lists, and seasonal presence of the 223 species of odonates in Texas. Excellent data source, but no images.

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