Common Dragonflies of the Southwest
A Beginner's Pocket Guide

Kathy Biggs

All the common dragonflies and damselflies of the Southwest: Arizona,Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, and all the species in Southern California. 129 species in all.

160 pages, 4-1/2" x 5-3/4", full-color cover, 248 color photographs, 35 other illustrations, bibliography, glossary, web references, checklist of species, index, 2004. Published by Azalea Creek Publishing.
ISBN 978-0-9677934-1-2.  trade paper

$10.95

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