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Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata)
of the United States

References


Selected References for Odonata

General Biology, Morphology, and Conservation

Corbet, P.S. 1980. Biology of Odonata. Ann. Rev. Entomol. 25:189-218.

Corbet, P.S. 1999. Dragonflies. Behavior and Ecology of Odonata. Comstock 
     Publ. Assoc., Cornell Univ. Press. 4, Ithaca 4, NY 829 pp.

Dunkle, S.W. 1989. Dragonflies of the Florida Peninsula, Bermuda, and the 
     Bahamas. Scientific Publishers, Gainesville, Florida. 154pp.

Dunkle, S.W. 1990. Damselflies of the Florida Peninsula, Bermuda, and the 
     Bahamas. Scientific Publishers, Gainesville, Florida. 148pp.

Garrison, R.W. 1991. A synonymic list of the new world Odonata. Argia 3:1-30.

Huggins, G.D. and W.U. Brigham. 1982. Odonata. pp. 4.1-4.100. In A.R. Brigham, 
     W.U. Brigham, and A. Gnilka, eds. Aquatic insects and oligochaetes of 
     North and South Carolina. Midwest Aquatic Enterprises, Mohomet, Illinois.

Needham J.G. and M.J. Westfall. 1955. A manual of the dragonflies of North 
     America (Anisoptera). Univ. California Press, Los Angeles. 615pp.

Paulson, D. R. and S. W. Dunkle. 1999. A checklist of North American Odonata 
     including English name, etymology, type locality, and distribution. Slater 
     Museum of natural History, Univ. Puget Sound, Occasional paper No. 56:1-86.

Walker, E.M. 1953. The Odonata of Canada and Alaska. Vol 1, part 1: General; 
     part 2: The Zygoptera - damselflies. Univ. Toronto Press, Toronto, Canada. 
     292pp.

Walker, E.M. 1958. The Odonata of Canada and Alaska. Vol 2, part 3: The Anisoptera - 
     four families. Univ. Toronto Press, Toronto, Canada. 318pp.

Walker, E.M. and P.S. Corbet. 1975 The Odonata of Canada and Alaska. Vol 3, part 
     4: The Anisoptera - three families. Univ. Toronto Press, Toronto, Canada. 
     304pp.

Westfall, M.J. and M.L. May. 1996. Damselflies of North America. Scientific 
     Publishers, Gainesville, Florida. 649pp.

References for Dragonflies and Damselflies (Order Odonata)

Abbott, J.C. Distribution of Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) in Texas.  
     Odonata of Texas. 194-218.

Abbott, J.C., K.W. Stewart. 1998. Odonata of the south central nearctic region, 
     including northeastern Mexico. Entomol. News 109:201-212.

Abbott, J.C., R.R. Larsen, and K.H. Gaines. (Unpublished MS 2002). Distribution 
     of New Mexico Odonata (Dragonflies and Damselflies).

Ahrens, Carsten, G.H. Beatty, and A.F. Beatty. 1968. A survey of the Odonata of
     western Pennsylvania. Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science 
     42:103-09. 

Alrutz, R.W. 1961. Notes and records of Ohio dragonflies and damselflies 
     (Odonata). The Ohio Journal of Science 61(1):13-24.

Beatty, G.H and A.F. Beatty. 1969. United States records of Williamsonia fletcheri 
     (Odonata: Corduliidae). The Michigan Entomologist 2:13.

Beatty, G.H, A.F. Beatty, and C.N. Shiffer. 1969. A survey of the Odonata of 
     central Pennsylvania. Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science 
     43:128-35.

Behrstock, R.A. (Unpublished MS 2000). Results of a Brief Odonata Survey in the 
     Gila National Forest: 24-30 July 2000.

Bick, G.H. 1950. The Dragonflies of Mississippi (Odonate: Anisoptera). The American 
     Midland Naturalist 43:66-78.

Bick, G.H., J.F. Aycock, and A. Orestana. 1950. Tauriphilia australis (Hagen) 
     and Miathyria marcella (Selys) From Florida and Louisiana. Proceedings of 
     The Entomological Society of Washington 52:81-84.

Bick, G.H. 1953. The occurrence of Anax longipes Hagen in Mississippi (Odonata: 
     Aeshnidae). Entomological News 64:230-232.

Bick, G.H. 1957. The Odonata of Louisiana. Tulane Studies in Zoology 5:71-?.

Bick, G.H. and J.C. Bick. 1958. The ecology of the Odonata at a small creek in 
     southern Oklahoma. Journal of The Tennessee Academy of Science 33:240-251.

Bick, G.H. and J.C. Bick. 1957. The Odonata of Oklahoma. The Southwest Naturalist 
     2:1-18.

Bick, G.H. and L.E. Hornuff. 1972. Odonata collected in Wyoming. South Dakota, 
     and Nebraska, Proceedings of The Entomological Society of Washington 74:1-8.

Bick, G.H. and L.E. Hornuff. 1974. New records of Odonata from Montana and 
     Colorado. Proceedings of The Entomological Society of Washington 74:90-93.

Bick, G.H., J.C. Bick and L.E. Hornuff. 1977. An annotated list of the Odonata of 
     the Dakotas. The Florida Entomologist 60:149-165.

Bick, G.H. 1978. New state records of United States Odonata. Notulae Odonatologicae 
     1:17-19.

Bick, G.H. 1978. New state records of United States Odonata. Notulae Odonatologicae 
     2:17-36.

Bick, G.H. and J.C. Bick. 1983. New records of adult Odonata from Alabama. 
     United States, in the Florida State Collection of Arthropods, Notulae 
     Odonatologicae 2:17-32.

Bick, G.H. and J.C. Bick. 1995. A review of the genus Telebasis with descriptions 
     of eight new species (Zygoptera: Coenagrionidae). Odonatologica 24:11-44.

Borror, D.J. 1944. An Annotated List of The Odonata of Maine. The Canadian 
     Entomologist 76:134-150.

Brunelle, P. 2000. A New Species of Neurocordulia (Odonata: Anisoptera:
     Corduliidae) From Eastern North America. Canadian Entomologist 132:39-48.

Byers, C.F. 1951. Some Notes on The Odonata Fauna of Mountain Lake. Virginia 
     62:164-167.

Cannings, R.A. and R.W. Garrison. 1991. Sympetrum signiferum, a New Species of 
     Dragonfly (Odonata: Libellulidae) from Western Mexico and Arizona. 
     Entomological Society of America 84:474-479.

Carle, F.L. 1992. Sympertrum janeae Spec. Nov. From Eastern North America. With
     A Key To Neartic Sympertrum (Anisoptera: Libellulidae), Odonatologica 
     22:1-16.

Carpenter, V. 1997. Dragonflies and Damselflies of Cape Cod. The Cape Cod Museum 
     of Natural History Revised edition 79pp.

Carrol, M. and R. Gunderson. 1995. Distribution of Minnesota Dragonflies (Odonata:
     Anisoptera). Occasional Papers in Aquatic Biology. St. Cloud State University.
     2(1):32pp.
     
Chapman, E.G. 1999. First Record of Dorocordulia libera (Odonata: Cordulidae)
     in Ohio in 75 Years.  The Great Lakes Entomologist 32(4):239.
     
Cook, C. 1951. Some New Dragonfly Records for Kentucky. Entomological News 
     62:181-188.

Cruden, R.W. 1962. A Preliminary Survey of West Virginia Dragonflies (Odonata).
     Entomological News 73:156-160.

Cruden, R.W. 1969. A New Species of Cordulegaster from the Great Basin Region of
     the United States. The Pan-Pacific Entomologist: 45(2):126-132.

Cruden, R.W., and O.J. Gode, Jr. 2000. The Odonata of Iowa. Bulletin of American
     Odonatology 6(2):13-48

Donnelly, T.W. 1961. Aeshna persephone, A New Species of Dragonfly From Arizona. 
     With Notes on Aeshna arida (Kennedy), , Proceedings of The Entomological 
     Society of Washington 63:193-?.

Donnelly, T.W. 1973. The Status of Enallagma traviatum and westfalli (Odonata: 
     Coenagrionidae). Proceedings of The Entomological Society of Washington
     75:297-302.

Donnelly, T.W. 1992. The Odonata of New York. Bulletin of American Odonatology 
     1:1-27.

DuBois, R.B. 1993. Aquatic Insects of The Bois Brule River System, Wisconsin. 
     Department of Natural Resources (?)

Dunkle, S.W. 1975. New Records of North American Anisopterous dragonflies. The 
     Florida Entomologist 58:117-119.

Dunkle, S.W. 1992. Distribution of Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) in 
     Florida. Bulletin of American Odonatology 1:29-50.

Dunkle, S.W. 2000. Dragonflies through binoculars: A field guide to dragonflies 
     of North America. Oxford University Press, New York. 266pp.

Evans, M.A. 1995. Checklist of the Odonata of New Mexico with additions to the 
     Colorado checklist. Proc. Denver Mus. Natur. Hist. 3:1-6.

Evans, M.A. 1988. Checklist of The Odonata of Colorado. Great Basin Naturalist 
     48:96-100.

Garman, P. 1927. Guide To The Insects of Connecticut Part 5 The Odonata or 
     Dragonflies of Connecticut. State Geological and Natural History Survey 
     39:1-331.

Garrison, R.W. 1981. Description of the Larva of Ischnura gemina with a Key 
     and New Characters for the Separation of Sympatric Ischnura Larvae. 
     Entomological Society of America 74:525-530. 

Garrison, R.W. 1994. A Synopsis of the Genus Argia of the United States with 
     Keys and Descriptions of New Species. Argia sabino, A. leonorae, and A. 
     pima (Odonata: Coenagrionidae), Transactions of the American Entomological 
     Society 120:287-368.

Garrison, R.W. 1994. A Revision of The New World Genus Erpetogomphus Hagen In 
     Selys (Odonata: Gomphidae). Tijdschrift voor Entomologie 137:173-?.

Gibbs, R.H. 1955. The Females of Enallagma laterale Morse and recurvatum Davis 
     (Odonata: Coenagrionidae). Psyche 62:10-17.

Glotzhober, R.C. 1995. The Odonata of Ohio - A Preliminary Report. Bulletin 
     of American Odonatology 3:1-30.

Glotzhober, R.C., and D. McShaffrey, eds. 2002. The dragonflies and damselflies 
     of Ohio. Bulletin of the Ohio Biological Survey 14(2): 342+ pp.

Gloyd, L.K. 1958. The Dragonfly Fauna of The Big Bend Region of Trans-Pecos 
     Texas. Occasional Papers of The Museum of Zoology University of Michigan 
     593:1-23.

Gloyd, L.K. 1939. A Synopsis of the Odonata of Alaska. Entomological News 
     39:11-16.

Harp, G.L. and P.A. Harp. 1996. Previously Unpublished Odonata Records For
     Arkansas. Kentucky and Texas, Notulae Odonatologicae 4:125-136.

Harwood, P.D. 1971. Synopsis of James G. Needham's (Cornell University) 
     Unpublished Manuscript "The Dragonflies of West Virginia". Proceedings of 
     the West Virginia Academy of Sciences 43:72-73.

Hilsenhoff, W.L., 1984. Identification and distribution of Baetisca nymphs
     (Ephemeroptera: Baetiscidae) in Wisconsin. The Great Lakes Entomologist, 
     17(2):51-52.

Huggins, D.G., P.M. Liechti and D.W. Roubik. 1976. New records of the fauna
     and flora for 1975. Technical Publications of the Kansas State Biological 
     Survey 1:13-44.

Huggins, D.G. 1983. New Kansas Records of Odonata. Technical publication of 
     the State Biological Survey of Kansas 13:24-25.

Hummel, S. and A.C. Haman. 1975. Notes On The Odonata of Black Hawk County, 
     Iowa. Entomological News 86:63-64.
     
Illinois State Museum.  1999.  Database of Illinois Lepidoptera II.  URL
     http://www.museum.state.il.us/research/entomology/od_species4cnty.html. 

Johnson, C. and M.J. Westfall. 1970. Diagnostic Keys And Notes On The 
     Damselflies (Zygoptera) of Florida. Bulletin of The Florida State Museum
     Biological Sciences 15:1-89.

Johnson, C. 1972. Diagnostic Keys And Notes On The Damselflies (Zygoptera) of 
     Texas. Bulletin of The Florida State Museum Biological Sciences 16:55-128.

Kennedy, C.H. 1915. Notes on the Life History and Ecology of the Dragonflies
     (Odonata) of Washington and Oregon. Proceedings of the United States
     National Museum. 46(2107):259-345.

Kondratieff, B.C. and C.J. Pyott. 1987. The Anisoptera of The Savannah River 
     Plant. South Carolina, United States: Thirty Years Later, Odonatologica 
     16:9-23.

Lago, P.K., D.F. Stanford and P.D. Hartfield. 1979. A Preliminary List of 
     Mississippi Damselflies (Insecta: Odonata: Zygopters). Journal of the 
     Mississippi Academy of Sciences 24:72-76.

Landwer, B.H.P., and R.W. Sites. 2003. Redescription of the larva of Gomphus 
     militaris Hagen (Odonata: Gomphidae), with distributional and life history 
     notes. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 105(2):304-
     311.

May, M.L. and F.L. Carle. 1996. An Annotated List of The Odonata of New Jersey 
     With and Appendix on Nomenclature in The Genus Gomphus. Bulletin of 
     American Odonatology 4:1-35.

Masteller, E.C. 1993. Odonata (Dragonflies and Damselflies) of Presque Isle 
     State Park, Erie County, Pennsylvania. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy 
     of Science 67(3):137-140.

Matta, J.F. 1978. An Annotated List of The Odonata of Southeastern Virginia. 
     Virginia Journal of Science 29:180-182.

Mauffray, B. 1997. The Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of Louisiana. 
     Bulletin of American Odonatology 5:1-26.

Molnar, D.R. 1977. The Odonata of the Medicine Bow Mountains of Wyoming. 
     Cordulia 3:139-142.

Molnar, D.R. and R.J. Lavigne. 1979. The Odonata of Wyoming (Dragonflies and 
     Damselflies). Science Monograph 37:1-142.

Montgomery, B.E. 1968. The Distribution of Western Odonata. Proceedings - North 
     Central Branch, Entomological Society of America 23:126-136.

Needham, J.C. 1928. A List of The Insects of New York. Mem. Cornell Univ. 
     Agric. Exp. Station 101:45-56.

Nemjo, John. 1990. The impact of colonization history and fish predation on larval
     Odonates (Odonata: Anisoptera) in a central New Jersey farm pond. Journal 
     of Freshwater Ecology 5(3):298-300.

O'Brien, M.F., E. Bright, and M.A. Kielb. No date. The Odonata of the Huron 
     Mountains, Marquette Co., Michigan. Bulletin of American Odonatology 
     7(1):1-22.

Orr, R.L. 1996. The Odonata of Patuxent Wildlife Research Center and Vicinity. 
     Bulletin of American Odonatology 4:37-67.

Paulson, D.R. 1970. A List of the Odonata of Washington with Additions to and 
     Deletions from the State List. The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 46:194-198.

Paulson, D.R. and R.W. Garrison. 1977. A List and New Distributional Records 
     of Pacific Coast Odonata. The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 53:147-160.

Paulson, D.R. 1996. The Dragonflies of Washington. Bulletin of American 
     Odonatology 4:75-91.

Payne, R.G. and G.A. Schuster. 1993. The Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) 
     of Buck Creek, Pulaski County, Kentucky. Entomological News 104:165-170.

Phillips, E.C. 2001. Life history, food habits and production of Progomphus 
     obscurus Rambur (Odonata: Gomphidae) in Harmon Creek of east Texas. Texas 
     Journal of Science 53(1):19-28.

Provonsha, A.V. 1975. The Zygoptera (Odonata) of Utah With Notes On Their 
     Biology. Great Basin Naturalist 35:379-390.

Provonsha, A.V. and W.P. McCafferty. 1977. Odonata From Hot Brook, South Dakota 
     With Notes On Their Distribution Patterns. Entomological News 88:23-28.

Ries, M.D. 1969. Odonata New To The Wisconsin State List. The Michigan 
     Entomologist 2:22-26.

Ries, M.D. 1967. Present State of Knowledge of the Distribution of Odonata 
     in Wisconsin, Proceedings - North Central Branch. Entomological Society 
     of America 22:113-115.

Rivers, I.L. 1940. A Preliminary Synopsis of The Dragonflies of Nevada. The 
     Pan-Pacific Entomologist 16:111-123.

Roble, S.M.  1999. Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of the Shenandoah 
     Valley Sinkhole Pond System and Vicinity, Augusta County, Virginia.  
     Banisteria 13:105-107.

Roble, S.M. and P.H. Stevenson. 1994. Rediscovery of the Dragonfly Nannothemis 
     bella Uhler in Virginia (Odonata: Libellulidae). Banisteria 3:27-28.

Roble, S.M. and C.S. Hobson. 1996. The Odonata of Fort A.P. Hill and Vicinity, 
     Caroline County, Virginia. Banisteria 7:11-40.

Roble, S.M., C.S. Hobson and D.J. Stevenson. 1997. New Distribution Records 
     for Rare and Uncommon Odonata in Virginia. Banisteria 9:33-42.

Roble, S.M. 1994. A Preliminary Checklist of the Damselflies of Virginia, with 
     Notes on Distribution and Seasonality (Odonata: Zygoptera). Banisteria 
     4:3-23.

Roble, S.M. and D.J. Stevenson. 1998. Records of Odonata, Fish, and Birds from 
     the Grafton Ponds Sinkhole Complex, York County, Virginia. Banisteria 
     12:3-14.

Root, F.M. 1923. Notes on Zygoptera (Odonata) from Maryland, with a Description 
     of Enallagma pallidum, n. sp.. Entomological News 34:200-204.
     
Ross, S. and M.F. O'Brien. 1999. Williamsoni lintneri (Odonata: Cordulidae) -
     A First Michigan Records with Additional Notes on W. fletcheri.  The
     Great Lakes Entomologist 32(3):201-203.

Steffans, W.P., and W.A. Smith. 1999 New Distribution Records for Minnesota 
     Odonata. The Great Lakes Entomologist. 32(2):219-223

Stevenson, D.J., M.S. Roble and C.S. Hobson. 1995. New Records of the Damselfly 
     Ischnura prognata in Virginia. Banisteria 6:26-27.

Tennessen, K.J., J.D. Harper and R.S. Krotzer. 1995. The Distribution of Odonata 
     In Alabama. Bulletin of American Odonatology 3:49-74.

Van Bushkirk, John. 1992. The Odonata of Isle Royale, Michigan. The Great Lakes
     Entomologist 25(1):41-44.

Vogt, T.E. and W.A. Smith. 1993. Ophiogomphus susbehcha Spec. Nov. From North 
     Central United States (Anisoptera: Gomphidae). Odonatologica 22:503-509.

Walker, E.M. 1951. Sympetrum semicinctum (Say) and its Nearest Allies (Odonata). 
     Entomological News 62:153-164.

Wasscher, M.T. 1991. A List of Recorded Odonata of Bays Mountian Park, Sullivan 
     County, Tennessee, United States. Notulae Odonatologicae 3:108-110.

Westfall, M.J. 1952. Additions to the List of Dragonflies of Mississippi (Odonata:
     Anisoptera). Entomological News 63:200-203.

White, H.B., G.H. and A.F. Beatty. 1968. The Odonata Fauna of Bear Meadows, A
     Boreal Bog in Central Pennsylvania. Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Academy
     of Science 42:132-136.

White, H.B. 1989. Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of Acadia National Park 
     and Vicinity, Maine. Entomological News 100:89-103.

White, H.B. and W.J. Morse. 1973. Odonata (Dragonflies) of New Hampshire: An 
     Annotated List. New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station Experiment 
     Station 30:1-47.

White, H.B. 1974. Aeshna subarctica Walker And Other Odonata New For Maine. 
     Entomological News 85:289-291.

White, H.B. 1979. The Odonata of The Blue Hills, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. 
     United States, Notulae Odonatologicae 1:53-84.

White, T.R., K.J. Tennessen, R.C. Fox and P.H. Carlson. 1980. The Aquatic Insects 
     of South Carolina Part I: Anisoptera (Odonata). Bulletin (South Carolina 
     Agricultural Experiment Station: 1891) 632:1-151.

White, T.R., K.J. Tennessen, R.C. Fox and P.H. Carlson. 1983. The Aquatic 
     Insects of South Carolina Part II: Zygoptera (Odonata). Bulletin (South 
     Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station: 1891) 648:1-72.

Williams, C.E. 1976. Neurocordulia (Platycordulia) xanthosoma (Williamson) in 
     Texas (Odonata: Libellulidae: Corduliinae). The Great Lakes Entomologist 
     9:63-73.

Williams, C.E. 1982. The Dragonflies of McLennan County, Central Texas, United 
     States. Notulae Odonatologicae 1:160-161.

Williamson, E.B. 1905. Odonata, Astacidae and Unionidae Collected Along The 
     Rock Castle River at Livingston. Kentucky, The Ohio Naturalist 5:309-312.

Williamson, E.B. 1917. An Annotated List of the Odonata of Indiana. University 
     of Michigan Museum of Zoology Miscellaneous Publications No. 2:?.

Worthington, R.D. (Email Communication 2002). UTEP Odonata holdings.

Young, W.C. and C.W. Bayer. 1977. The Dragonfly Nymphs (Odonata: Anisoptera) of 
     The Guadalupe River Basin, Texas. The Texas Journal of Science 31:85-98.

ARGIA

Abbott, J.C. 1996. New and Interesting Records From Texas and Oklahoma. Argia 
     8(4):14-15.

Baumann, R.V. and A.L. Huillet, 2000. Odonata of Moapa Warm Springs, Clark County,
     Nevada. 12(4):2-3.

Barlow, A.E. 1995. On The Status of Cordulegaster erronea Hagen in Selys, 1878 
     in The State of New Jersey. Argia 7(4):6-9.
     
Barlow, A.E. 2000. Additions to the Checklist of Odonata From New Jersey. Argia
     12(3):21-25.

Barlow, A.E. 2001. Second Annual Report of the New Jersey Odonata Survey Including
     a State Record and Numerous County Records. Argia 13(3):18-21.

Beckemeyer, R. 1995. Some County Records for Kansas and Oklahoma. Argia 7(3):
     28-29.

Beckemeyer, R. and T. Regan. 1996. Additions to Kansas Odonata Records for 1996. 
     Argia 8(4):13-14.

Beckemeyer, R. 1998. Some Midwestern Odonata Records for 1997. Argia 9(4):6.

Beckemeyer, R. 1998. Some Nebraska Odonata Speciments in The University of
     Nebraska - Lincoln Insect Collection. Argia 9(4):7.

Beckemeyer, R. and S. Hummel. 1998. Two Notes on Somatochlora ensigera, The 
     Plains Emerald. Argia 10(4):28-30.

Beckemeyer, R. 1998. Nabraska and South Dakota Odonata - A Compilation of 
     Collecting Reports Related to The July, 1998 Valentine, Nebraska Annual 
     Meeting of The Dragonfly Society of The Americas. Argia 10(4):27-28

Beckemeyer, R.J. 2000. Some County Odonata Records for Kansas and Nebraska for 
     1999 and 2000. Argia 12(3):27-28.

Beckemeyer, R. 2002. Some Great Plains Odonata Rcords for 2000 and 2001. Argia
     13(4):7-8

Beckemeyer, R. 2002. Some Odonata records for the Oxley Nature Center, Tulsa 
     County, Oklahoma. 14(3):12-13.

Behrstock, B. and S. Prasad. 2002. Odonate Species Observed at Ft. Clark Springs,
     Bracketville, Kinney Co. TX: 7/8 Sept. 2001. Argia 13(4):8-9

Behrstock, R.A. 1998. Noters on the First Record of the Turquoise-tipped Darner
     (Aeshna psilus) in Arizona. Argia 10(4):11-12.

Behrstock, R.A. 1999. First Texas Record of the Bar-winged Skimmer (Libellula
     Axilena) Westwood. Argia 11(3):5-6.

Behrstock, R.A. 2000. New Records of Neotropical Odonates on the Upper Texas Coast 
     With Comments on Recent Temperature Increases. Argia 12(1):8-11.

Behrstock, R.A. 2000. Results of a Brief Odonate Survey at East Sandia Spring, 
     Reeves Co., Texas, Including a New State Record of Paiute Dancer (Argia
     alberta) Kennedy, 1918. Argia 12(3):13-15

Behrstock, R.A. 2002. First known U.S. population of the Tropical Sprite 
     Nehalennia minuta (Selys)(Odonata: Coenagrionidae). 14(3):9-10.

Behrstock, R.A., T.L. Eubanks, and P. Miliotis,. 1999. Bar-sided Darner 
     (Gynacantha mexicana) Selys, 1868 (Odonata: Aeshnidae), A New
     Dragonfly for the U.S. Argia 11(2):12-14.

Bick, G.H. 1997. Old Specimens, New Records. Argia 9(3):24.

Bocanegra, O.R. 2002. First Record of Somatochlora tenebrosa for Texas.
     Argia 13(4):8

Bocanegra, O.R., and J.M. Lewis. 2003. A preliminary list of the Odonata of 
     Terrell County, Texas.  Argia 15(1):11-13.

Brown, V. 2003. Rhode Island Odonata Atlas 2002 Summary. 14(4):9-10.

Brunelle, P. 1997. Cape Breton Island and Maine. Argia 9(3):21.

Carpenter, G. Libellula axilena New to New England. Argia 8(1):15.

Chazal, A.C. 2000. Two Virginia Records of Enallagma weewa. Argia 12(3):
     26-27.     

Cruden, R. 1997. Notes on Iowa Odonata. Argia 9(1):21.

Curry, J. 2002. Observations on Neurocordulia. 14(3):13-14.

Czaplak, D. 1995. Lanthus Vernalis and parvulus: New Species Records for 
     Maryland. Argia 7(3):27-28.

Czaplak, D. 1998. Leucorrhinia glacialis in West Virginia. Argia 10(3):23.

Daigle, J.J., B. Mauffray, G. Beaton. 2003. 2003 SE meeting at Lafayette, 
     Georgia.  Argia 15(2):9-10.

Danforth, D. 2000. First Record of Dythemis maya for Arizona. 12(4):3.

Donnelly, N. 1991. Western Collecting Trip - 1991. Argia 3(3):11.

Donnelly, N. 1992. A Second Williamsonia fletcheri Recorded From New York. Argia 
     4(2):13.

Donnelly, N. 1994. Some Recent Records of Interest. Argia 6(1,2):13.

Donnelly, N. 1995. Odonates Around The Country-It's Been A Rewarding Season. 
     Argia 7(3):14-18.

Donnelly, N. 2000. Late Records in the Northeastern United States and Eastern 
     Canada. Argia 12(3):28.

Donnelly, N. 2002. DSA northeastern field trip to the Tug Hill Plateau, New 
     York. 14(3):6.

Dunkle, S. 1995. New Records for New Mexico. Argia 7(4):14.

Dunkle, S. 1998. Anouther Orthemis discolor Record From Texas. Argia 10(1):7-8.

Dunkle, S. 1999. Odonata of Pyramid Lake, Nevada. Argia 11(1):23-24.

Harp, G. 2003. First record for the USA and Arkansas. 14(4):3-4.

Honig, B. 1998. Sight and Photo Records for Odonates From Houston, Texas. Argia 
     10(4):25-26.

Hummel, S. 1999. Argia lugens From South Dakota. Argia 11(1):27-28.

Johnson, A. 2003. Two species for Iowa. 14(4):4-5.

Johnson, J. 1998. Somatochlora walshii Recorded in Oregon. Argia 10(4):25.

Krotzer, R.S. 1999. Erythemis vesiculosa (Fabricius), Great Pondhawk, new for 
     Alabama. Argia 11(4):7.

Laudermilk, E. 2000. New Kentucky Records. Argia 12(3):26

Lederer, P. 1998. New Dragonfly Records for New York. Argia 10(1):10.

Mauffray, B. 1997. New Locality for The Everglades Sprite, Nehalennia pallidula. 
     Argia 9(3):23.

Mauffray, B. 1999. Aphylla angustifolia Garrison From Mississippi. Argia 11(1):
     27.

Mauffray, B. 1999. Louisiana Odonata Update (1998). Argia 11(1):29.

Mauffray, B., S. Roble, K. Tennessen. 2000. New State Records of Odonata for West
     Virginia in the Collection of the Late Paul D. Harwood. Argia 12(3):29-30.

Manolis, T. and A. Rehn. 1998. First Records of Leucorrhinia proxima, Aeshna 
     canadensis, and Sympetrum vicnum for California. Argia 10(4):24-25.

McLain, D. 1996. Odonates in Western Massachusetts. Argia 8(4):17.

Moskowitz, D. 2000. A New County Record for Archilestes grandis in New
     York With Notes on Habitat and Water Quality. 12(4):7-8.

Muller, B. 1996. Enallagma basidens New for Connecticut. Argia 8(4):16.

Muller, B. 1997. New Connecticut Records. Argia 9(3):23

Nikula, B. 1998. Neoneura amelia, New to The United States. Argia 9(4):11-12.

Nikula, B. 2000. Bog Hopping and Stream Sloshing in the Maine Woods. Argia 12(3)
     10-12.

O'Brien, M.F. 1998. Stylurus spiniceps Finally Verified for Michigan (Odonata: 
     Gomphidae). Argia 9(4):8-9.

O'Brien, M.F. 1998. Somatochlora tenebrosa Not in Michigan. Argia 9(4):9-10.

O'Brien, M.F. 2001. Somatochlora tenebrosa at Ives Road Fen, Lenawee Co.,
     Michigan (Corduliidae). Argia 13(3):22-23.

O'Brien, M.F. 2002. Highlights from the Great Lakes Odonata meeting, Higgins 
     Lake, MI, July 1-4, 2002. 14(3):6-9.

Orr, R. 1995. Odonata of Plummers Island. Argia 7(1):6-10.

Orr, R. 1996. Maryland County Records. Argia 8(4):18.

Orr, R. 1996. The Odonata of The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical 
     Park. Argia 8(3):6-10.

Orr, R. 2000. The Dragonflies and Damselflies of Finzel Swamp (Maryland). Argia
     12(1):13-14.

Osborn, R. 1998. Odonata of Arlington, Texas. Argia 10(3):16-17.

Paulson, D. 1997. Washington Odonata Inventory. Argia 9(2):16-17.

Paulson, D. 1998. New Odonata Records for Maine and New Hampshire. Argia 9(4):7.

Paulson, D. 1998. New Odonata Records for Idaho. Argia 9(4):8.

Paulson, D. 1998. Orthemis discolor (Orange-Bellied Skimmer), A New Species for 
     The U.S.. Argia 10(1):7.

Paulson, D. 1998. An Early Record of Neoneura amelia (Amelia's Threadtail) From 
     Texas. Argia 10(1):8.

Paulson, D. 2000. First Records of Two Tropical Damselflies From the United States.
     Argia 12(1):12

Paulson, D. 2000. New Records from Washington and Idaho. Argia 12(3):25-26.

Paulson, D., M. Hukari, S. Krotzer, and M.J. Krotzer. 1999. New County Records 
     of South Dakota Odonata, With Five New Species for The State. Argia 11(1):
     28-29.

Paulson, D. and S. Potter. 2000. Three Dragonflies New to Nevada. 12(4):3

Pfeiffer, B. 2002. Williamsonia fletcheri encountered in Vermont. 14(3):10-11.

Prather, B. and I. Prather. 2003. First Colorado record of Celithemis elisa. 
     14(4):3.

Roble, S. 1996. First Records of Telebasis byersi from Virginia, Including a 
     New Northern Range Limit. Argia 8(1):13-14.

Roble, S. 1996. News From Virgina. Argia 8(4):18.

Sibley, F. 2003. 60 species in 60 ponds. 14(4):11-16.

Solem, R.P., and Solem, J.K. 1999. First Maryland Recourd of Orthemis ferruginea
     (Odonata:Libellulidae). Argia 11(3):6.

Thomas, M. 1998. Somatochlora williamsoni in Connecticut. Argia 10(1):8-9.

Valley, S. 1998. Notes From Oregon. Argia 10(2):9.

Vogt, T. 1992. Wisconsin, Michigan, Quebec Collecting. Argia 4(2):13.

Walker, J., and J. Smentowski. 2000. Swinging Nets in the "Bootheel". Argia 12(1):
     16-17.

Walker, J., and J. Smentowski. 2003. Hineana williamson - observations from 
     Missouri.  Argia 15(1):7-11.

Walter, S. 1998. Enallagma weewa in Long Island. Argia 10(3):23.

Worthen, W.B. 2001. New Dragonfly Records for Sierra County, New Mexico. Argia
     13(3):14-15.

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