Dragonfly sites of interest
- In the UK the British Dragonfly Society maintains a website with details of dragonfly recording in Great Britain, including useful papers on habitat management and creating ponds for dragonflies.
- Dennis Paulson's site at the James R. Slater Museum of Natural History, University of Puget Sound is worth visiting - check out the scans of NorthWestern USA dragonflies.
- The Digital Dragonflies site has details of how to scan live dragonflies using a flatbed scanner, and some amazing images - look at the dragonfly catalog and damselflies of Texas.
- George Mahoney in Milton Keynes has a good personal site with photographs and sites for dragonflies in north Buckinghamshire in England.
- The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust maintains a site with photographs and details of distribution of dragonflies within that county.
- Atropos magazine for Lepidoptera and Odonata enthusiasts in the UK.
- Dragonflies and Damselflies of the United States contains state by state checklists, maps and photographs.
- Dutch dragonfly association (Nederlandse Vereniging voor Libellenstudie, NVL) this site is mostly in Dutch and aims to unite amateur and professional researchers. A checklist of the European Dragonfly fauna is provided.
- Dutch Dragonflies - an alternative photo and video site of the dragonflies of The Netherlands
- Société Française d'Odonatologie this site is entirely in French and lists the society's activities and publications.
- Robert Thompson's photographic website this site has a small selection of excellent images from Robert Thompson's extensive photographic library which includes dragonflies, butterflies, moths, orchids, birds and landscapes.
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