Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of Texas, Volume 1

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John Abbott
Lulu.com, Dec 1, 2005 - Science - 328 pages
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Damselflies and Dragonflies (Odonata) of Texas is an indispensable reference to the 223 species of odonates distributed throughout the Lone Star state. Included in this volume are detailed species distribution and seasonality information arranged so that users can quickly and easily search by scientific name, county name, or flight season. A variety of articles are also included on the natural history, collection and preservation, and diversity of Texas odonates. Whether using the book to find new species records in the deserts of west Texas or perusing articles in the comfort of your home, this volume is an essential guide for both life-long and budding odonatologists alike.
 

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Contents

Collection Guidelines for the Odonata Survey of Texas J C Abbott
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Backyard Surprise D Hardy
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Life History Morphology of Odonata J C Abbott
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Statistical Summary of Odonata in Texas
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Distribution Maps of Texas Odonata
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Glossary of Terms Relating to Odonata J C Abbott
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The Dragonfly Society of the Americas Guidelines for Collecting 2
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A model for the Webbased Delivery of Natural History Information
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History of Odonata Study in the Southcentral U S J C Abbott 23
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Life History Morphology of Odonata J C Abbott 30
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Seasonality of Odonata in Texas J C Abbott 37
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Statistical Summary of Odonata in Texas 53
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Dragonflies Damselflies of Texas Listed by County 59
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Distribution Maps of Texas Odonata 94
94
Glossary of Terms Relating to Odonata J C Abbott 317
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Backyard Surprise D Hardy 16
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