Missouri Odonata

Publications, theses, and reports mentioning Missouri:


Ahrens, C. 1938. A List of Dragonflies Taken During the Summer of 1936 in Western United States. (Odonata). Entomological News 49(1):6-16


Bataille, KJ and DD Humburg. 1999. Aquatic Invertebrate Abundance, Richness, and Population Dynamics in Five Wetland Types on the Missouri River Floodplain Following the Flood of 1993. in Wetland Ecology Studies in the Missouri River Floodplain by DD Humburg, KJ Bataille, and J Mazourek Job 1 Study 18 Missouri Department of Conservation Report


Beckemeyer, RJ. 1998. Tramea calverti Collected in Missouri. Argia 10(4):13


Bergthold, B. 2001. Macroinvertebrate Communities in Headwater Prairie Streams: Influence of Adjacent Land Use. MS Thesis University of Missouri, Columbia


Boright, B. 1899. The Common Dragon Flies About Kansas City. Manual Training High School The Nautilus 3(1):29-30


Chapman, DC, EA Ehrhardt, JF Fairchild, RB Jacobson, BC Poulton, LC Sappington, BP Kelly, and WR Mabee. 2003. Ecological Dynamics of Wetlands at Lisbon Bottom, Big Muddy National Fish and Wildlife Refuge, Missouri. Columbia Environmental Research Center, USGS


Cook, C and JJ Daigle. 1985. Ophiogomphus westfalli spec. nov. from the Ozark Region of Arkansas and Missouri, with a key to the Ophiogomphus species of eastern North America (Anisoptera:Gomphidae). Odonatologica 14(2):89-99


Cook, C and EL Laudermilk. 2004. Stylogomphus sigmastylus sp. nov., a New North American Dragonfly Previously Confused with S. albistylus (Odonata:Gomphidae). International Journal of Odonatology 7(1):3-24


Daigle, JJ and TE Vogt. 1988. Stylurus notatus (Rambur) from Wisconsin, United States (Anisoptera:Gomphidae) Notulae Odonatologicae 3(2):33


Donnelly, TW and KJ Tennessen. 1994. Macromia illinoiensis and georgina: A Study of Their Variation and Apparent Subspecies Relationship (Odonata: Cordullidae). Bulletin of American Odonatology 2(3):27-61


Dunkle, SW. 1983. New Records of North American Odonata. Entomological News 94(4):136-138


Grabau, MC. 1955. A Taxonomic Study of the Naiads of Missouri Dragonflies (Odonata-Anisoptera). MS Thesis University of Missouri, Columbia


Hagen, HA. 1862. Synopsis of the Neuroptera of North America with a List of South American Species. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 4:1-347


Harp, GL. 2000. New Zygoptera State Records. Argia 12(2):6


Harp, GL and L Trial. 2000. Distribution and Status of Ophiogomphus westfalli in Missouri and Arkansas. Missouri Department of Conservation report


Harp, GL and L Trial. 2001. Distribution and Status of Ophiogomphus westfalli (Odonata:Gomphidae) in Missouri and Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 55: 43-50


Hartung, M. 1999. A Historical Collection of Odonata of Missouri. Poster Presentation Hamilton NY


Landwer, BHP. 2003b. The Larval Odonata of Ponds in the Prairie Region of Missouri. MS Thesis University of Missouri, Columbia


Meyer, DF. 1966. The Distribution of Anisoptera (Dragonflies) in Adair County, Missouri 1965. MA Thesis Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Kirksville, Missouri


Michalski, J. 1992. Interesting Places. Argia 4(3):14-15


Nichols, RJ. 1996. Biodiversity of Aquatic Insects in Relation to Temperate and Tropical Land Use, and the Life Histories and Microhabitat Associations of Lotic Mayflies. Ph D Dissertation University of Missouri, Columbia


Niedermann, AJ, R McGraw, and MJ Linit. 2004. Survey of Terrestrial Invertebrates and Their Habitat at the Missouri Army National Guard Training Sites. University of Missouri report


Roback, SS and MJ Westfall, Jr. 1967. New Records of Odonata Nymphs from the United States and Canada with water quality data. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 93:101-124


Shepard, RW. 1977. The Aquatic and Semi-aquatic Insects of Silver Fork Stream, Boone County, Missouri. MS Thesis University of Missouri, Columbia


Smentowski, J. 1998. In Response to Your Question in Argia, “Stocking Ponds with Odonata”. Argia 10(3):17


Smentowski, J and J Walker. 2003. A Portable, Pocket-sized, Field Odonate Cage, or after you catch them, then what! Argia 15(1):21


Trial, L and JF Belshe. 2002. Atlas of Missouri Odonata. Missouri Department of Conservation report


Trial, L. 2005. Atlas of Missouri Odonata revised 2005. Missouri Department of Conservation report


Vogt, TE and JE McPherson. 1985. State Records and Confirmations of Odonata from Illinois and Missouri. Great Lakes Entomologist 18(1):7-13


Walker, EM. 1912. The North American Dragonflies of the Genus Aeshna. University of Toronto Studies Biological Series #11


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


Walker, J and J Smentowski. 2003b. Tachopteryx thoreyi, Somatochlora tenebrosa, and Somatochlora hineana - Observations from Missouri. Argia 15(1):6-11


Westfall, MJ Jr. 1943. The Synonymy of Libellula auripennis Burmeister and Libellula jesseana Williamson, and a description of a new species, Libellula needhami (Odonata). Transactions of the American Entomological Society 69(1):17-31


Williamson, EB. 1932. Dragonflies Collected in Missouri. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology University of Michigan #240


Wilson, CB. 1909. Dragonflies of the Mississippi River Valley Collected During the Pearl Mussel Investigations of the Mississippi River, July and August, 1907. Proceedings

of the United States National Museum 36(1692):653-671


Wood, DL. 1999. The Influence of Abiotic Factors on Lotic Insect Communities of Submerged Rootmats and Temporary Pools. Ph D Dissertation University of Missouri, Columbia


Missouri Odonata
Listing LastModified
Species Ordered by County of Occurance 7/13/05
Species Ordered by Common Name 7/13/05
Species Ordered by Scientific Name 7/13/05