Odonate Literature

Brunelle, P.M. 1999. Distribution of damselflies and dragonflies(Odonata) of Maine, United States. Northeastern Naturalist 6(1):35-38.

Brunelle, P.M. and P.G. deMaynadier. 2005. The Maine Damselfly and Dragonfly Survey: A Final Report. pdf file.

Carpenter, V.A. 1997. Dragonflies and Damselflies of Cape Cod. Edition 2. The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, Brewster, Massachusetts. 80 p.

Corbet, P.S. 1999. Dragonflies: Behavior and Ecology of Odonata. Cornell University Press.

Corbet, P.S. and S. Brooks. 2011.  Dragonflies.  Collins Publishers, UK,  632 p.

Dubois, R.  2019.  Damselflies of Minnesota, Wisconsin & Michigan (2nd ed). Kollath-Stensas. 154 p.

Dunkle, S.W. 2000. Dragonflies through Binoculars: A Field Guide to Dragonflies of North America. Oxford Univ. Press. 266pp.

Garrison, R.N., N. von Ellenreider, and J.A. Loutin. 2006.  Dragonfly Genera of the New World: An Illustrated and Annotated Key to the Anisoptera.  The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Jones, C.D., A. Kingsley, P. Burke, and M. Holder. 2006. The Dragonflies and Damselflies of Algonquin Provincial Park. The Friends of Algonquin Park, Algonquin Park Technical Bulletin. 263 p.

Lam, E.  2004. Damselflies of the Northeast.  Biodiversity Books, Forest Hills, N.Y.  http://homepage.mac.com/edlam/book.html

Mead, K.  2017. Dragonflies of the North Woods (3rd ed). Kollath-Stensaas Publishing. 276 p.

Needham, J.G., M. J. Westfall and M.L. May. 2014.  Dragonflies of North America. 3rd ed. Scientific Publishers, Gainesville, Florida.

Nikula, B, J.L. Loose, and M.R. Burne.  2003. A Field Guide to Dragonflies and Damselflies of Massachusetts Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program. Mass. Division of Fisheries & Wildlife. Boston, MA.  Massachusetts Natural Heritage Program

Paulson, D.R. 2011.  Dragonflies and Damselflies of the East.  Princeton University Press. Princeton, NJ. 538 p.

Paulson, D.R. 2019.  Dragonflies and Damselflies: A Natural History. Princeton University Press. Princeton, NJ. 224 p.

Paulson, D.R., and S.W. Dunkle. 2021.  A Checklist of North American Odonata, Including English Name, Etymology, Type Locality, and Distribution, 2021 Edition

Silsby, J.  2001.  Dragonflies of the World.  Smithsonian Institute Press, Washington, D.C.

Smith, B.D. and M.A. Patten. 2021. Dragonflies at a Biogeographical Crossroads: The Odonata od Oklahoma and Complexities Beyond its Borders. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.  738 p.

Walker, E.M. 1953. The Odonata of Canada and Alaska: vol. 1: part I: general. part II: The zygoptera - damselflies. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario.

Walker, E.M. 1958. The Odonata of Canada and Alaska: vol. 2: part III: The anisoptera - four families. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario.

Walker, E.M. and P.S. Corbet. 1978. The Odonata of Canada and Alaska: vol.3: part III: The anisoptera - three families. Edition 2. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario.308 p.

Westfall, M.J. and M.L. May. 2006. Damselflies of North America. (2nd edition) Scientific Publishers, Gainesville, Florida.