BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION BASED ON MY ODONATOLOGICAL LIBRARY
A Web Page by Roy J.
Right: A spider lunching on an American Rubyspot
(Calopterygidae: Hetaerina americana). Photo by Roy Beckemeyer.
Last updated 4 February 2004. Added
Odonatologica 32 and Pantala 6.
References to dragonfly flight, biomechanics, morphology &
References to biographies on the people who study dragonflies:
Dennis Paulson's Odonata Literature List. Eventually it will be
consolidated with the above subject-oriented lists, but for now I have
added Dennis's references in a series of alphabetic-by author lists that
include all Odonata-related subjects together. These lists contain
additional references (not limited to ones in my library) to the ones I
have listed in the subject lists above.
ANOTHER NEW ADDITION: A list
of North American Odonata References that was put together by Nick
Donnelly by adding his lists to those of George Bick and Rosser Garrisson.
Eventually to be consolidated with the above subject-oriented lists, but
for now a series of alphabetic-by-author lists.
- Taxonomic & biological references, including keys and descriptions:
- Faunistics references sorted by zoogeographic region:
Includes complete citations from the journals: Odonatologica, Notulae
Odonatolgicae, Advances in Odonatology, Bulletin of American Odonatology,
Pantala, the International Journal of Odonatology, the Odonata series from
Opuscula Zoologica Fluminensia and odonate-related papers from the Journal of
the North American Benthological Society, as well as miscellaneous works that I
have accumulated in the form of reprints or xerox copies. This is a fairly
comprehensive list of citations covering thousands of pages of odonate-related
publications, and of course can be searched using Netscape or other browser
editors. While some work is cited in one or more of the categories, most are
cited only in the most relevant category. For example, a discussion of a single
species in Ohio would be listed under the taxon, whereas a list of species found
to occur in a river system in Ohio would be cited in the faunistics
bibliography. Entries are listed alphabetically by author.
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