Monday, May 23, 2011

The Guardian :: Damselflies of Texas

Damselflies of Texas
by John C. Abbott
Birdbooker Report 171
Compiled by an ardent bibliophile, this is a weekly report about nature, science and history books that have been newly published in North America and the UK.

On any warm summer day, you can easily observe damselflies around a vegetated pond or the rocks along the banks of a stream. Like the more familiar dragonfly, damselflies are among the most remarkably distinctive insects in their appearance and biology, and they have become one of the most popular creatures sought by avocational naturalists.

Damselflies of Texa
s is the first field guide dedicated specifically to the species found in Texas.

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