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Just a small selection of the species & photos from the main gallery (Not suitable for phones.)
Species name is at the bottom of each photo.
Clubtail Dragonfly Family
Darner Dragonfly Family
Skimmer Dragonfly Family
Broad-winged Damsel Family
Pond Damsel Family
Spreadwing Damsel Family
My main reference guide is Dragonflies and Damselflies of the West (Princeton Field Guides), Dennis Paulson, 2009
It's very comprehensive and informative, yet understandable by those just starting out.
I use this eBook guide in the field via the Kindle app. on my smart phone:
Dragonflies of California and the Greater Southwest A Beginner's Guide by Kathy Biggs.
If you are past the beginner stage, you might benefit from this excellent book:
Dragonflies and Damselflies of Texas and the South-Central United States:
Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico by John Abbott.
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