By Dennis Paulson
This is the 1st absolutely illustrated consultant to all 336 dragonfly and damselfly species of japanese North America--from the rivers of Manitoba to the Florida cypress swamps--and the spouse quantity to Dennis Paulson's acclaimed box advisor to the dragonflies and damselflies of the West. Dragonflies and Damselflies of the East beneficial properties countless numbers of colour images that depict all of the species present in the area, specified line drawings to help in-hand identity, and a colour distribution map for each species--and the book's compact measurement and easy layout make it the single advisor you wish within the box. Species debts describe key id good points, distribution, flight season, related species, habitat, and typical background. Paulson's authoritative creation bargains a primer on dragonfly biology and id, and in addition contains how to examine and photo those stunningly attractive insects.
* Illustrates all 336 jap species
* gains thousands of full-color images
* comprises exact species debts, line drawings to help identity, and a colour distribution map for each species
* bargains important suggestions for the dragonfly enthusiast
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