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Baker, R. L.,and H. F. Clifford. 1982. Life cycle of an Enallagma boreale Selyspopulation from the boreal forest of Alberta, Canada (Zygoptera:Coenagrionidae). Odonatologica11(4):317-322.

Bartenev, A. N.1915. American representatives of the genus Sympetrum. [In Russian].Universitet Izviestija 46(1-5):1-24, pl. 1-4.

Beauvois, P. de. 1805. Insectes recuilles en Afrique eten Amerique dans les royaumes d'Oware, a Saint-Dominique et dans lesÉtais-Unis pendants les années 1781-1797.Levrault:Paris. 167 pp.

Bennefield, B. L.1965. A taxonomic study of the subgenus Ladona (Odonata:Libellulidae). University of KansasScience Bulletin 45:361-396.

Bick, G. H. 1950. Thedragonflies of Mississippi (Odonata: Anisoptera). American Midland Naturalist 43:66-78.

Bick, G. H. 1951. Noteson Oklahoma dragonflies. Journal of theTennessee Academy of Science26:178-180.

Borror, D. J. 1945. Akey to the New World genera of Libellulidae (Odonata).Annals of the Entomological Society ofAmerica 38:168-194.

Brauer, F. M. 1868. Verzeichnis der bis jetzt bekanntenNeuropteren im Sinne Linne's. Verhandlungen der Zoologisch-Botanischen Gesellschaft inWien 18:359-416, 711-742.

Bright, E. 1997. New larval Odonatarecords for Michigan. Williamsonia 1(2):10.

Bright, E. 1997. Newregional records for Michigan. Williamsonia 1(4):3

Brittinger, C. C.1850. Die Libelluliden des Kaiserreichs Österreich. S. B. Acad.Wiss. Wien 4, Mathem.-nat. Klasse:328-336.

Bromley, S. W. 1924.A new Ophiogomphus (Aeschnidae: Odonata) from Massachusetts.Entomology News 35(10):343-344.

Burmeister, H.1839. Handbuch der Entomologie. Vol 2. Enslin: Berlin, pp397-1050.


Calvert, P. P. 1890.Notes on some North American Odonata, with descriptions of three newspecies. Transactions of the AmericanEntomological Society 17:33-40.

Calvert, P. P. 1902,in Calvert, P. P. 1901-1908. Odonata. In Biologia CentraliAmericana: Insecta Neuroptera. R. H. Porter & Dulau & Co.:London. Dec 1902, p. 114.

Calvert, P. P. 1919.Gundlach's work on the Odonata of Cuba: a critical study.Transactions of the AmericanEntomological Society 45:335-396.

Calvert, P. P. 1921. Gomphus dilatatus, vasus, and a newspecies, lineatifrons (Odonata). Transactions of the American EntomologicalSociety 47:221-232.

Cannings, R. A.1980. Ecological notes on Sympetrummadidum (Hagen) in British Columbia,Canada (Anisoptera: Libellulidae). Notulae Odonatologicae1(6):97-99.

Cannings, R. A.1989. Enallagma basidens Calvert, a dragonfly new to Canada, with notes on theexpansion of its range in North America (Zygoptera: Coenagrionidae).Notulae Odonatologicae 3(4):53-55.

Cannings,S. G., and R. A. Cannings. 1980. The larva of Coenagrion interrogatum(Odonata: Coenagrionidae), with notes on the species in the Yukon.The CanadianEntomologist 112:437-441.

Carle, F. L. 1978.Progress on taxonomic and nomenclatural problems of VirginiaAnisoptera: a reply to Dennis R. Paulson. Selysia 8(1):13-14.

Carle, F. L. 1983. Anew Zoraena (Odonata: Cordulegastridae) from Eastern North America,with a key to the adult Cordulegastridae of America. Annals of the Entomological Society ofAmerica 76(1):61-68.

Carle, F. L. 1986. Theclassification, phylogeny, and biogeography of the Gomphidae(Odonata: Anisoptera). I. Classification. Odonatologica15(3):275--326.

Carle, F. L. 1992.Ophiogomphus (Ophionurus) australisspec. nov. from the Gulf Coast ofLouisiana, with larval and adult keys to American Ophiogomphus (Anisoptera:Gomphidae). Odonatologica21(2):141-152.

Chao, H.-f. 1982.Classification of the Chinese dragonflies of the family Gomphidae(Odonata). VI. Entomotaxonomia4(4):287-298.

Charlton,R. E., and R. A. Cannings. 1993. The larvae of Williamsonia fletcheri Williamson (Anisoptera: Corduliidae). Odonatologica22(3):335-343.

Charpentier, 1840. Libellulinae europaeae descriptae e depictae. Lipsiae,Leopold Voss. 180 pp.

Conrad, K. F.,and T. B. Herman. 1987. Territorial and reproductive behavior ofCalopteryx aequabilis Say (Zygoptera: Calopterygidae) in Nova Scotia, Canada.Advances in Odonatology 3:41-50.

Corbet, P. S. 1962. Abiology of dragonflies. E. W. Classey Ltd.: Oxon, England. xvi + 247pp.


Daigle, J. J. 1991. A new key to the larvae of NorthAmerican Somatochlora. Argia 3(3):9-10.

Daigle, J. J. 1992.Florida dragonflies (Anisoptera): a species key to the aquatic larvalstages. State of Florida, Department of Environmental RegulationTechnical Series 12(1):iv, 1-29.

Davis, W. T. 1913.Williamsonia, a new genus of dragonflies from North America.Bulletin of the Brooklyn EntomologicalSociety 8:93-96.

Davis, W. T. 1921. A new dragonfly fromFlorida. Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society16(5):109-111, 1 pl.

Donnelly, T. W.1989. The status of Enallagmacyathigerum (Charp.) andE. vernaleGloyd in south-central New York (Zygoptera: Coenagrionidae).Odonatologica 18:373-378.

Donnelly,T. W., and K. J. Tennessen. 1994. Macromia illinoiensis andgeorgina:a study of their variation and apparent subspecific relationship(Odonata: Corduliidae). Bulletin ofAmerican Odonatology 2(3):27-61.

Drury, D. 1773.Illustrations of natural history. Vol. 2. White: London. 90pp.

Dunkle, S. W. 1977.Larvae of the genus Gomphaeschna (Odonata:Aeshnidae). The FloridaEntomologist 60(3):223-225.

Dunkle, S. W. 1981.The ecology and behavior of Tachopteryxthoreyi (Hagen) (Anisoptera:Petaluridae). Odonatologica10:189-199.


Eriksen, C. H. 1984.The physiological ecology of larval Lestes disjunctus Selys(Zygoptera: Odonata). FreshwaterInvertebrate Biology 3(3):105-117.


Fabricius, J. C.1775. Systema entomologiae. Libraria Kortii: Flensburg & Leipzig.424 pp.

Fabricius, J. C.1798. Supplementum entomologiae systematicae, pp. 283-285. Proft.(Schubothe), Hafniae.

Fischer, Z. 1972.The energy budget of Lestesdryas Kirby (Odonata). Pol. Arch. Hydrobiol. 19:215-222.

Fraser, F. C. 1922.New and rare Indian Odonata in the Pusa Collection. Memoirs of the Department of Agriculture in India,Entomological Series 7(7):39-77.


Garman, P. 1927.Guide to the Insects of Connecticut, Part V : The Odonata orDragonflies of Connecticut. ConnecticutGeological and Natural History Survey Bulletin 39, 331 pp.

Garrison, R. W.1990. A synopsis of the genus Hetaerina with descriptions of four newspecies (Odonata: Calopterygidae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society116(1):175-259.

Garrison, R. W.1991. A synonymic list of the New World Odonata. Argia 3(2):1-30.

Gloyd, L. K. 1936.Three new North American species of Gomphinae (Odonata).Occasional Papers of the Museum ofZoology, University of Michigan326:1-18, pls. 1-3 excl.

Gloyd, L. K. 1943.Enallagma vernale, a new species of Odonata from Michigan.Occasional Papers of the Museum ofZoology, University of Michigan479:1-8.

Gloyd, L. K. 1959.Elevation of the Macromia group to family status (Odonata).Entomological News 70(8):197-205.

Gloyd, L. K. 1980. Thetaxonomic status of the genera Superlestes and Cyptolestes Williamson1921 (Odonata: Lestidae). OccasionalPapers of the Museum of Zoology, University ofMichigan 694:1-3.


Hagen, H. A. 1861.Synopsis of the Neuroptera of North America, with a list of the SouthAmerican species. SmithsonianMiscellaneous Collections4:1-347.

Hagen, H. A. 1867.Revision der von Herrn Uhler beschriebenen Odonaten. Stettiner entomologische Zeitung 28:87-95.

Hagen, H. A. 1877.Synopsis of the Odonata of America. Proceedings of the Boston Society of NaturalHistory 18:86.

Hagen, H. A. 1878, inSelys-Longshamps, M. E. de. 1878. Secondes additions au synopsis desCordulines. Bulletin del'Académie royale des Sciences de Belgique (2)45:183-222.

Hagen, H. A. 1885.Monograph of the earlier stages of the Odonata. Sub-families Gomphinaand Cordulegastrina. Transactions of theAmerican Entomological Society12:249-291.

Hagen, H. A. 1890. Asynopsis of the odonate genus Leucorrhinia Britt.Transactions of the AmericanEntomological Society17:229-236.

Harvey, F. L. 1898.Contributions to the Odonata of Maine II. Entomological News9(3):59-64.

Hilsenhoff, W. L.1995. Aquatic insects of Wisconsin. Keys to Wisconsin genera andnotes on biology, distribution and species (3rd Ed.). PublicationNumber 3 of the Natural History Museums Council, University ofWisconsin-Madison (1995).

Hine, J. S. 1901. A newspecies of Gomphus and its near relatives. Ohio Naturalist1(4):60-61.

Huggins, D.G., and W. U. Brigham. 1982. Odonata, pp. 4.1-4.100. In Aquatic Insects andOligochaetes of North and South Carolina. Brigham, A. R., W. U.Brigham and A. Gnilka (eds.). Midwest Aquatic Enterprises: Mahomet,Illinois.

Huggins, D.G., and M. B. DuBois. 1982. Factors affecting microdistribution oftwo species of burrowing dragonfly larvae, with notes on theirbiology (Anisoptera: Gomphidae). Odonatologica11(1):1-14.

Huggins, D. G.,and G. L. Harp. 1985. The nymph of Gomphus (Gomphurus) ozarkensis Westfall (Odonata: Gomphidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society58(4):656-661.


Ingham, B. R.,and C. E. Jenner. 1976. Life histories of Enallagma hageni (Walsh)and E. aspersum (Hagen) (Zygoptera: Coenagrionidae). Odonatologica5:331-345.


Johannsson, O. E.1978. Co-existence of larval Zygoptera (Odonata) common to theNorfolk Broads (U.K.). Oecologia32:303-321.

Johnson, C. 1962.Breeding behavior and ovipoistion in Calopteryx maculatum (Beauvois) (Odonata: Calopterygidae). American Midland Naturalist 68:242-247.

Johnson, J. H. 1982.Diet composition and prey selection of Cordulegaster maculataSel. larvae (Anisoptera: Cordulegasteridae). Notulae Odonatologicae1(9):151-153.


Kellicot, D. S.1895. Catalogue of the Odonata of Ohio, Part 1. Journal of the Cincinnati Society of Natural History17:195-216.

Kennedy, C. H. 1917.Notes on the life history and ecology of the dragonflies (Odonata) ofcentral California and Nevada. Proceedings of the United States Museum 52:483-635.

Kennedy, C. H. 1922.The morphology of the penis in the genus Libellula (Odonata).Entomological News 33:33-40 + 2 pls.

Kennedy, C. H.1936a. The habits and early stages of the dragonfly, Gomphaeschna furcillata(Say). Proceedings of the IndianaAcademy of Science 45:315-322.

Kennedy, C. H.1936b. Telebasis flammeola, T. carotaand T.livida, new dragonflies from Ecuador.Annals of the Entomological Society ofAmerica 29(4):804-815.

Kennedy, J.H., and H. B. White. 1979. Description of the nymph ofOphiogomphus howei (Odonata: Gomphidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society ofWashington 81(1):64-69.

Kielb, M. A. 1997.Nannothemis bella (Uhler) in Michigan (Libellulidae). Williamsonia1(2):4.

Kielb, M. A.,and M. F. O'Brien. 1997. Discovery of an isolated population ofAnax longipes in Michigan (Odonata: Aeshnidae). The Great Lakes Entomologist 29(3):161-164.

Kielb, M.A., E. Bright, and M. F. O'Brien. 1996. Range extension ofStylogomphus albistylus (Odonata: Gomphidae) for the Upper Peninsula ofMichigan. The Great LakesEntomologist 29(2):87-88.

Kirby, W. F. 1889. Arevision of the subfamily Libellulinae with descriptions of newgenera and species. Transactions of theZoological Society of London12:249-348.

Kirby, W. F. 1890. Asynonymic catalog of Neuroptera Odonata or dragonflies. Guerney andJackson, London. 202 pp.

Knopf, K. W. 1977.Protein variation in Gomphus(Odonata: Gomphidae). Unpublished Ph.D.thesis, University of Floridae, Gainesville. vi + 107 pp.

Kormondy, E. J.1958. A catalogue of the Odonata of Michigan. Miscellaneous Publications, Museum of Zoology,University of Michigan 104:1-43.

Kormondy, E. J.1959. The systematics of Tetragoneuria, based onecological, life history, and morphological evidence (Odonata:Corduliidae). MiscellaneousPublications, Museum of Zoology, University ofMichigan 107:1-79.

Kormondy, E. J.,and J. L. Gower. 1965. Life history variations in an association ofOdonata. Ecology 46:882-886.


Lamb, L. 1925. Atabular account of the differences between the earlier instars ofPantala flavescens (Odonata: Libellulidae). Transactions of the American EntomologicalSociety 50:289-312.

Lamb, L. 1929. Thelater larval stages of Pantala (Odonata: Libellulidae).Transactions of the AmericanEntomological Society54:331-334.

Leach, W. E. 1815.Entomology, pp. 52-172. In Brewster's Edinburghencyclopaedia. Vol. 9. Edinburgh.

Leonard, J. W. 1934.The naiad of Celithemis monomelaenaWilliamson (Odonata: Libellulidae).Occasional Papers of the Museum ofZoology, University of Michigan297:1-5.

Leonard, J. W. 1940.Lanthus albistylus (Hagen), a new record for Michigan, with ecologicalnotes on the species (Odonata: Gomphinae). Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, Universityof Michigan 414:1-6, 1 plt.

Levine, J. R. 1957.Anatomy and taxonomy of the mature naiads of the dragonfly genusPlathemis (Family Libellulidae). Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 134(11):1-28.

Linne, C. 1758.Systema naturae. Editio decima reformata. Holmiae. 543 pp.

Linne, C. 1763.Amoenitates academicae seu dissert, variae, etc. Vol. sextum. Homiae1763. CXXI. Centuria Insectorum, etc. 32 pp. Johansson,Upsaliae.

Lohmann, H. 1992.Revision der Cordulegastridae. 1. Entwurf einer neuen Klassifizierungder Familie (Odonata: Anisoptera). Opuscula Zoologica Fluminen 96:1-18.

Louton, J. A. 1982. Lotic dragonfly(Anisoptera: Odonata) nymphs of the southeastern United States:identification, distribution and historical biogeography. Ph.D.thesis, University of Tennessee, Knoxville. 357 + xvii.

Louton, J. A. 1983.The larva of Gomphurusventricosus (Walsh), and comments onrelationships within the genus (Anisoptera: Gomphidae).Odonatologica 12(1):83-86.


Macan, T. T. 1964. TheOdonata of a moorland fishpond. Internationale Revue der gesamtenHydrobiologie 49:325-360.

Martin, R. D. C.1939. Life histories of Agrion aequabile and Agrion maculatum(Agriidae: Odonata). Annals of theEntomological Society of America32(3):601-615, pls. 1-4.

May, M. L. 1992.Morphological and ecological differences among species ofLadona (Anisoptera: Libellulidae). Bulletin of American Odonatology 1(3):51-56.

May, M. L., and F.L. Carle. 1996. An annotated list of the Odonata of New Jersey, withan appendix on nomenclature in the genus Gomphus. Bulletin of American Odonatology 4(1):1-35.

McLachlan, R.1886. Two new species of Cordulina. Entomologists' Monthly Magazine 23:104-105.

McLachlan, R. 1896. A new name forFonscolombia (pre-occupied). Annals and Magazine of NaturalHistory(6)17:424.

Meyer, R. P.,and S. L. Clement. 1978. Studies on the biology of Tanypteryx hageni inCalifornia. Annals of the EntomologicalSociety of America71(5):667-669.

Montgomery, B. E.1943. Sympetrum internum, new name for Sympetrumdecisum Auct., nec Hagen (Odonata,Libellulidae). CanadianEntomologist 75(3):57-58.

Montgomery, B. E.1947. The distribution and relative seasonal abundance of Indianaspecies of five families of dragonflies (Odonata: Calopterygidae,Petaluridae, Cordulegasteridae, Gomphidae and Aeshnidae).Proceedings of the Indiana Academy ofSciences 56:163-169.

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Musser, R. J. 1962.Dragonfly nymphs of Utah (Odonata: Anisoptera). University of Utah, Biological Series 12(6). 66 pp.


Needham, J. G.1897a. Libelluladeplanta of Rambur. Canadian Entomologist 29:144-146.

Needham, J. G.1897b. Preliminary studies of N. American Gophinae. Canadian Entomologist29:164-168, 181-186 + 1 pl.

Needham, J. G. 1901.Aquatic insects in the Adirondacks. Bulletin of the New York State Museum 47:381-612, 30 pl.

Needham, J. G. 1903.Aquatic insects of New York State. Part 3. Life histories of Odonata,suborder Zygoptera. New York StateMuseum Bulletin 68:218-279.

Needham, J. G. 1941.Life history studies on Progomphus and its nearest allies.Transactions of the AmericanEntomological Society 67(3):221-245, 1pl.

Needham, J. G. 1948.Studies on the North American species of the genus Gomphus (Odonata).Transactions of the AmericanEntomological Society73:307-347.

Needham, J.G., and H. B. Heywood. 1929. A Handbook of the Dragonflies of NorthAmerica (Anisoptera). C. C. Thomas: Springfield, Illinois. 378pp.

Needham, J.G., and M. J. Westfall, Jr. 1955. A Manual of the Dragonflies ofNorth America (Anisoptera). University of California Press: Berkeley,California. xii + 615 pp.

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O'Brien, M. 1997.Surveying for Odonata in the Huron Mountains in 1996. Williamsonia1(1):4.

O'Brien, M. F. 1997.Stylurus spiniceps verified for Michigan. Williamsonia1(3):6.

O'Brien, M. F. 1997.Ischnura correcta. Williamsonia1(4):2.

O'Brien,M. F., and P. D. Pratt. 1999 (In press). Enallagma anna, adamselfly new to the Great Lakes region (Odonata: Coenagrionidae).The Great Lakes Entomologist32(1).

Opler, P. A. 1971. Mass movement ofTarnetrumcorruptum (Odonata:Libellulidae). Pan-Pacific Entomologist 47:223.


Paulson, D.R., and C. E. Jenner. 1971. Population structure in overwinteringlarval Odonata in North Carolina in relation to adult flight season.Ecology52:96-107.

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Pearlstone, P. S.M. 1973. The food of damselfly larvae in Marion Lake, BritishColumbia. Syesis 6:33-39.

Penn, G. H. 1951.Seasonal variation in the adult size of Pachydiplax longipennis(Burmeister) (Odonata, Libellulidae). Annals of the Entomological Society ofAmerica 44(2):193-197.

Perry, T. E. 1977.Boyeria grafiana, a rare Ohio dragonfly (Odonata: Aeshnidae).The Great LakesEntomologist 10:159-161.


Rambur, J. P. 1842. Histoire naturelledes insectes neuroptères. LibraireEncyclopédique de Roret, Paris. 534 pp.

Ris, F. 1910.Collections zoologiques du Baron Edm. de Selys Longechamps. Cataloguesystematique et descriptif. Fascimile XI. Libellulinen 3. 1:245-384 +1 pl.

Rowe, R. 1987. TheDragonflies of New Zealand. Auckland University Press, New Zealand.260 pp.


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Schmidt, E. 1987.Generic reclassification of some Westpalaearctic Odonata taxa in viewof their Nearctic affinities (Anisoptera: Gomphidae, Libellulidae).Advances in Odonatology 3:135-145.

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Selys-Longchamps, M.E. de. 1854. Synopsis des Gomphines. Bulletin de l'Académie royale des Sciences deBelgique 21:23-114.

Selys-Longchamps, M.E. de. 1858. Monographie des Gomphines. Mémoires de la Société Royale desSciences de Liége 9:1-460, 23pls. (Note: some authors reference this work as being published in1857. The copy here in the E. B.Williamson Library, UMMZ, has apublished date in the frontpiece as "Novembre 1857," but thesupplemental plates at the end of the work, by H. A. Hagen, areclearly dated 1858).

Selys-Longchamps, M.E. de. 1862. Synopsis des agrionines, seconde légion:Lestes.Bulletin de l'Académie royale desSciences de Belgique (2)13:288-338(reprint 1-54).

Selys-Longchamps, M.E. de. 1871. Aperçu statistique sur lesNévroptères Odonates. Transactions of the Entomological Society ofLondon 19:409-416.

Selys-Longchamps, M.E. de. 1871. Synopsis des Cordulines. Bulletin de l'Académie royale des Sciences deBelgique (2)31:238-316;519-565.

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Selys-Longchamps, M.E. de. 1875. Notes on Odonata from Newfoundland collected in 1874 byMr. John Milne. Entomologists MonthlyMagazine 11:241-243.

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Taketo, A. 1971.Studies on the life-history of Tanypteryx pryeri Selys(Odonata, Petaluridae). II. Habitat and habit of the nymph.Kontyu39:299-310.

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Trottier, R. 1971.Effect of temperature on the life-cycle of Anax junius (Odonata:Aeshnidae) in Canada. CanadianEntomologist 103:1671-1683.

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Vogt, T. E., andW. A. Smith. 1993. Ophiogomphussusbehcha spec. nov. from North CentralUnited States (Anisoptera: Gomphidae). Odonatologica21(2):141-152.


Waage, J. K. 1973.Reproductive behaviour and its relation to territoriality inCalopteryx maculata (Beauvois). Behavior47:240-256.

Walker, E. M. 1907. Anew Somatochlora with a note on the species known from Ontario.Canadian Entomologist 39:69-74.

Walker, E. M. 1908. Akey to the North American species of Aeshna found north ofMexico. Canadian Entomologist40(11):377-391, (12):450-451, pl.10.

Walker, E. M. 1918.On the American representatives of Somatochlora arctica withdescription of two new species (Odonata). Canadian Entomologist53:221-226.

Walker, E. M. 1933.The nymphs of the Canadian species of Ophiogomphus Odonata,Gomphidae. CanadianEntomologist 65:217-229.

Walker, E. M. 1941.List of the Odonata of Ontario with distributional and seasonal data.Transactions of the Royal CanadianInstitute 32(2):201-265.

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