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This is an updated compilation of keys to the identification of more than 370 species of dragonflies and damselflies known to occur on the mainland of Central America. The keys are derived from primary sources, edited and updated with new species where necessary, and illustrated with more than 400 line drawings. Brief descriptions of general appearance, behavior, and ecolo This is an updated compilation of keys to the identification of more than 370 species of dragonflies and damselflies known to occur on the mainland of Central America. The keys are derived from primary sources, edited and updated with new species where necessary, and illustrated with more than 400 line drawings. Brief descriptions of general appearance, behavior, and ecology are provided for each family and genus. Also included are plates introducing dragonfly morphology and wing venation, a checklist of species, a glossary of terms, and a detailed bibliography.


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This is an updated compilation of keys to the identification of more than 370 species of dragonflies and damselflies known to occur on the mainland of Central America. The keys are derived from primary sources, edited and updated with new species where necessary, and illustrated with more than 400 line drawings. Brief descriptions of general appearance, behavior, and ecolo This is an updated compilation of keys to the identification of more than 370 species of dragonflies and damselflies known to occur on the mainland of Central America. The keys are derived from primary sources, edited and updated with new species where necessary, and illustrated with more than 400 line drawings. Brief descriptions of general appearance, behavior, and ecology are provided for each family and genus. Also included are plates introducing dragonfly morphology and wing venation, a checklist of species, a glossary of terms, and a detailed bibliography.

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