Covers 69 species and subspecies. Includes an introduction to damselfly anatomy. A fabulous field guide to the damselflies with amazing illustrations.
Covers 69 species and subspecies. The book is organized taxonomically with the most primitive family Calopterygidae followed by Lestidae and finally Coenagrionidae. Each genus has its common name listed, some notes and brief identification characteristics.
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This book is a field guide to all the species of Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies) in the eastern United States and Canada, east of the western boundaries of Ontario, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, and Louisiana. I chose state and provincial boundaries rather than the exact middle of the continent because naturalists’ interests and odonate record keeping are typically at this level. Because odonate diversity is higher in the East, the continent has been divided in this way to allocate similar numbers of species to the already published western guide and this eastern guide.
Lam E (2004) Damselflies of the Northeast: A guide to the species of Eastern Canada . McPeek MA, Brown JM (2000) Building a regional species pool: diversification of the Enallagma damselflies in eastern North America. Ecology 81:904–920Google Scholar.
Lam E (2004) Damselflies of the Northeast: A guide to the species of Eastern Canada and the Northeastern United States. Biodiversity Books, Forest Hills, New YorkGoogle Scholar. Legendre P, Legendre L (1998) Numerical ecology, 2nd ed. Elsevier Science BV, AmsterdamGoogle Scholar. Master LL, Stein BA, Kutner LS, Hammerson GA (2000) Vanishing assets: conservation status of . NatureServe (2005) NatureServe Explorer: An online encyclopedia of life.
United States, take a look at Ed Lam’s Damselflies of the Northeast: A Guide to the Species of Eastern Canada & the Northeastern United States, a beautiful book featuring Ed’s incredible illustrations.
If you live in the northeast United States, take a look at Ed Lam’s Damselflies of the Northeast: A Guide to the Species of Eastern Canada & the Northeastern United States, a beautiful book featuring Ed’s incredible illustrations. I’ve found Giff Beaton’s Dragonflies and Damselflies of Georgia and the Southeast very useful whenever I travel south. John Abbott, author of the previously mentioned damselflies of Texas guide, has also written Dragonflies and Damselflies of Texas and the South-Central United States.
The Visual Dictionary of American Domestic Architecture (Henry Holt Reference Book). Coauthors & Alternates.
The Northeast is one of the four regions defined by the United States Census Bureau for the collection and analysis of statistics.
Damselflies of the Northeast. By Ed Lam Biodiversity Books, 2004 ISBN: 0975401505 Cite: 4023. It should be useful for all of the eastern US. A lovely little book, just under 100 pages. Covers all 69 species/forms of damselflies from the northeastern US (Virginia northward) and eastern Canada. There is an introduction to damseflies with detailed diagrams explaining anatomic terms, and there are two pages of references. The book has superior typography and design.
Precious Heritage: The Status of Biodiversity in the United States. Oxford University Press.
Damselflies of the Northeast: A Guide to the Species of Eastern Canada and the Northeastern United States. Forest Hills, NY. Vanishing assets: Conservation status of US species Pp 93-108 Precious Heritage: The Status of Biodiversity in the United States. Precious Heritage: The Status of Biodiversity in the United States.
Author: Ed Lam
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Publisher: Biodiversity Books; 1st edition (2004)
Pages: 96 pages
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