After 20 years, we have amassed nearly 30,000 geo-referenced specimen records. Our mapping of the specimens will be greatly improved, and we hope to have interactive maps available from this site via Google Maps. We have changed a few things as you can see here, as our site has been migrated toa new server. In addition, the outcome of the MOS data collection is the Michigan Odonata Atlas (MOA), which is being written by Mark O'Brien, Julie Craves and Darrin O'Brien. We have simplified the MOS pages to reflect our current activity and simple access to information, Old, out-dated images and links have been removed. A new site design is in the works, so this is a somewhat interim version.
Contact Mark O'Brien if there is a problem with our site.