Biology 109-Q, Field Biology-Fall 2007
Butterflies and Dragonflies
Instructor: Dr. Jerry Skinner; Capwell Hall 208; phone: 945-8404; email@example.com.
Class Meetings: first half of the semester; Wednesday 2-4 pm in Capwell 202; occasional trips may take place at other arranged times.
Court Objectives: When this course is complete, you will
FIELD TRIPS: Come prepared to be outside for the entire class..
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BugGuide.net--Identification, images, & information for insects, spiders & their kin for the United States & Canada
Additional Useful Identification References
Brunelle, P. M. and P. G. deMaynadier. 2005. The Maine Damselfly and Dragonfly Survey: A Final Report. Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. Bangor, Me. Available as a free pdf file at - http://mdds.umf.maine.edu/MDDS%20Final%20Report%20Page.htm
Dubois, B. 2005. Damselflies of the North Woods. North Woods Naturalist Series. Kollath-Stensaas Publ. Duluth. ISBN 0-9673793-7-7 ($18.95)
Glotzhober, R. C. and D. McShaffrey (eds). 2002. The Dragonflies and Damselflies of Ohio. Ohio Biological Survey Bulletin New Series Vol 14 (2). ISBN 0-86727-145-0 available at http://www.ohiobiologicalsurvey.org/pubs-newseries.html ($40)
Lam, E. 2004. Damselflies of the Northeast. Biodiversity Books, Forest Hills, N.Y. ISBN 0-9754015-0-5 http://homepage.mac.com/edlam/book.html (order from website - $22 – allow 3 weeks for delivery)
Mead, K. 2003. Dragonflies of the North Woods. North Woods Naturalist Series. Kollath-Stensaas Publ. Duluth. ISBN 0-9673793-6-9 ($18.95)
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. http://www.mass.gov/dfwele/dfw/nhesp/nhpubs.htm (scroll down for order form - $20 – allow 3 weeks for delivery)
Technical Reference Texts (most are expensive, some are out of print, but many are available from larger libraries)
Corbet, P. S. 1999. Dragonflies: Behavior and Ecology of Odonata. Cornell University Press. ISBN 0-8014-2592-1. ($136)
Needham, J. G., M. J. Westfall and M. L. May. 2000. Dragonflies of North America. Scientific Publishers, Gainesville, Florida. ISBN 0945417942 ($160)
*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. (out of print)
*Walker, E. M. 1958. The Odonata of Canada and Alaska: vol. 2: part III: The anisoptera - four families. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario. ISBN 0-8020-7076-0. (out of print)
*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. ISBN 0-8020-5321-1. 308 p. (out of print)
Westfall, M. J. and M. L. May. 1996. Damselflies of North America. Scientific Publishers, Gainesville, Florida. ISBN 0-945417-93-4. (out of print)
Westfall, M. J. and M. L. May. 2006. Damselflies of North America – Revised edition. Scientific Publishers, Gainesville, Florida. ISBN 0-945417-97-7. ($104)