ODONATA LITERATURE FOR THE
GREAT LAKES REGION

This list is as complete as possible; but if you find errors or omissions, please contact
Mark O'Brien. Last updated April 1, 2011.


Alrutz, R.W. 1959. New records for Ohio dragonflies (Odonata: Anisoptera). Ohio J. Sci. 59:339-340.

Alrutz, R.W. 1961. Notes and records of Ohio dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata). Ohio J. Sci. 61:13-24.

Alrutz, R.W. 1992. Additional records of dragonflies (Odonata) from Ohio. Ohio J. Sci. 92(4):119-120.

Alrutz, R.W. 1993. An annotated list of new seasonal and county records for Ohio Dragonflies (Odonata). Ohio J. Sci. 93(4):105-108.

Balciunas, J.K. 1980. New dragonfly (Odonata) records for Tuscarawas Co., including a species new to Ohio. Ohio J. Sci. 80(2):58.

Banks, N. 1894. Odonata of Ithaca, N.Y. Canadian Entomol. 26:76-78.

Beatty, G.H. and A.F. Beatty. 1968. Checklist and bibliography of Pennsylvania Odonata. Proc. Pennsylvania Acad. Sci. 43:120-129.

Beatty, G.H. and A.F. Beatty. 1969. Odonata of the Potomac River watershed in Pennsylvania. Proc. Pennsylvania Acad. Sci. 43:114-118.

Beatty, G.H. and A.F. Beatty. 1969. United States records of Williamsonia fletcheri (Odonata: Corduliidae). Michigan Entomol. 2(102) :13.

Beatty, G.H., A.F. Beatty and H.B. White. 1969. Seasonal distribution of Pennsylvania Odonata. Proc. Pennsylvania Acad. Sci. 43:119-126.

Beatty, G.H., A.F. Beatty and C.N. Shiffer. 1969. A survey of the Odonata of central Pennsylvania. Proc. Pennsylvania Acad. Sci. 43:127-136.

Beatty, G.H. and A.F. Beatty. 1969. Edaphic factors in the distribution of Pennsylvania Odonata. Proc. Pennsylvania Acad. Sci. 43:137-143.

Beatty, G.H. and A.F. Beatty. 1971. The Odonata of Pennsylvania: list and cross-references to literature containing data on occurrence in the state. Proc. Penna. Acad. Sci. 45:111-120.

Boole, M. S. et al. 1974. The Minnesota Aeschna with notes on their habits and distribution (Odonata: Aeschnidae). Great Lakes Entomol. 7(1):19-22.

Borkin, S. S. 1985. Archilestes grandis in Wisconsin (Odonata: Lestidae). Great Lakes Entomol. 18(2):96.

Borror, D. J. 1930. Notes on the Odonata occurring in the vicinity of Silver Lake, Logan Co., Ohio, from June 25 to September 1, 1930. Ohio J. Sci. 30:411-415.

Borror, D. J. 1935. New records of Ohio dragonflies (Odonata) Ohio J. Sci. 35:451-456.

Borror, D. J. 1937. An annotated list of the dragonflies (Odonata) of Ohio. Ohio J. Sci. 37:185-196.

Borror, D.J. 1938. Additions to the Ohio list of dragonflies (Odonata). Ohio J. Sci. 38:307-310.

Borror, D.J. and E. J. Epstein. 1942. New records of Ohio dragonflies (Odonata). Ohio J. Sci 42:81-83.

Bree, D. 2005. Odonate range fluctuations as illusstrated by occurrence records of three species from Prince Edward County. Ontario Odonata 6:16-20 (Ischnura hastata, Perithemis tenera, Enallagma anna).

Brigham, W.U. and A.R. Brigham. 1979. Anax longipes Hagen and Neurocordulia xanthosoma (Williamson), two dragonflies new to Illinois (Odonata: Aeshnidae, Corduliidae). Trans. Illinois State Acad. Sci. 72(2) :91-92.

Bright, Ethan. 1998. Distribution of Stylogomphus albistylus in Michigan. Williamsonia 2(4): 2-3.

Byers, F.C. 1927. An annotated list of the Odonata of Michigan. Occ. Papers Mus. Zool. Univ. Michigan. 183:1-15. [DOWNLOAD PDF]

Byers, F.C. 1939. A study of the dragonflies of the genus Progomphus (Gomphoides), with a description of a new species. Proc. Florida Acad. Sci. 4:19-85.

Calvert, P. P. 1895. The Odonata of New York State. J. New York Entomol. Soc. 3:39-48.

Calvert, P. P. 1899. The Odonata of Ohio by Kellicott. Entomol. News 10:187-188.

Carle, F.L. 1983. A new
Zoraena (Odonata: Cordulegastridae) from Eastern North America, with a key to the adult Cordulegastridae of America. Annals Ent. Soc. Amer. 76(1):61-68.

Carroll, M. and R. Gundersen. 1995. Distribution of Minnesota dragonflies (Odonata: Anisoptera). Occasional papers in Aquatic Biology, St. Cloud State University. 2(3):1-32.

Cashatt, E.D. and T.E. Vogt. 1987. New state records, range extensions, and confirmed records from Illinois, United States. Notul. Odonatol. 2(9):152-153.

Catling, P.M. 1996. Evidence for the recent northward spread of Enallagma civile (Zygoptera: Coenagrionidae) in southern Ontario. Proc. Entomol. Soc. Ontario 127:131-133.

Catling, P.M. 2001. Decline of Gomphus fraternus (Odonata: Gomphidae) in Lake Erie. Great lakes Entomologist 34(1):1-7.

Catling, P.M. 2002. Pygmy Snaketail (Ophiogomphus howei), new to Canada. Argia 14(3):11-12.

Catling, P.M. 2004. Anax junius overwintering in eastern Ontario. Ontario Odonata 4:9-10.

Catling, P.M. 2005. Global warming a potential explanation for the extension of known range of Hetaerina americana. Ontario Odonata. 6:40-41,

Catling, P.M. 2005. Observations of possible migration of common baskettail, Epitheca cynosura (Say), in Ontario and New York. Ontario Odonata 6:12-13.

Catling, P.M. & V.R. Brownell. 1998. Migratory concentrations of dragonflies on the north shore of Lake Ontario, and northward extension of migratory species. Argia. 10(4):19-22.

Catling, P.M. & V.R. Brownell. 2000. Damselflies and dragonflies (Odonata) of Ontario: resource guide and annotated list. 2326 Scrivens Drive, R.R. 3, Metcalfe, Ontario, K0A 2P0 . 198 pp.

Catling, P.M. and V.R. Brownell. 2002. A preliminary assessment of changes in status of Ontario dragonflies since Walker's published survey in 1941. Ontario Odonata. 3:36-48.

Catling, P.M., V.R. Brownell, P. Pratt, and S. Marshall, 2000. A preliminary annotated list of the Odonata of northern Bruce county, including Bruce Peninsula National Park. Ontario Odonata 1:34-39.

Catling, P.M., R.A. Cannings, and P.M. Brunelle. 2005. An annotated checklist of the Odonata of Canada. Bulletin of American Odonatology 9:1-20.

Cebulski, B.C. and C.J. Cebulski. 2011. Dragonflies of Ives Road Fen Preserve. Argia. 23(1):14-15.

Champlain, R. A. and R. W. Whiting. 1955. Helocordulia uhleri (Selys), a dragonfly new to Ohio. Entomol. News 66:53.

Chartier, A. 2003. Williamsonia lintneri found in the UP. Williamsonia. 7(3&4): 2-3.

Combs, A.F. 1917. Notes on a collection of Odonata from Schoolcraft County, Michigan. Occ. Papers Mus. Zool. Univ. Michigan 41:1-8. [DOWNLOAD PDF]

Corbet, P. S. 1967. The Odonata of Ontario. Proc. North Central Branch Entomol. Soc. Amer. 22:116-117.

Cotterman, C. W. 1930.
Archilestes in Ohio. (Odonata: Agrionidae). Entomol. News 42:64.

Craves, J. A. 2001. Notable new dragonfly records. Williamsonia 5(4):5-6.

Craves, J. A. 2001. Notable new dragonfly records. Michigan Birds and Natural History 8:185-188.

Craves, J. A. 2002. A preliminary list of the Odonata of Wayne Co. Michigan Birds and Natural History 9:7-16.

Craves, J.A. 2006. Archilestes grandis (Rambur) (Odonata: Lestidae): new for Michigan. Great Lakes Entomol. 39(1&2):88-90. [DOWNLOAD PDF]

Craves, J.A. 2006. First Michigan specimens of Libellula vibrans Fabricius (Odonata: Libellulidae). Great Lakes Entomol. 39(1&2):91-93. [DOWNLOAD PDF]

Craves, J. A. 2007. Baseline inventory of Odonata at the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge, Humbug Marsh Unit. Final Report. CCS MOA #2007CCS-98. USFWS Region 3, Fort Snelling, MN. [DOWNLOAD PDF]

Craves, J.A. 2008. Andromorphic female eastern forktail. Williamsonia 12(1):8

Craves, J. A. and D. S. O’Brien. 2002. Hunting new state ode records, or, an ode to hunting new state records. Williamsonia 6(3&4):7-9.

Craves, J. A. and D. S. O’Brien. 2002. [Flag-tailed Spinyleg] Dromogromphus spoliatus (Odonata: Gomphidae): New for Michigan.Great Lakes Entomologist 35:19-20. [DOWNLOAD PDF]

Craves, J. A. and D. S. O’Brien. 2002. [Citrine Forktail] Ischnura hastata (Odonata: Coenagrionidae): New for Michigan. Great Lakes Entomologist 35:21-23. [DOWNLOAD PDF]

Craves, J. A. and D. S. O’Brien. 2003. Update on two 2002 state records. Williamsonia 7(3-4):6-7.

Craves, J. A. and D. S. O’Brien. 2006. Elusive Clubtail no longer eludes us! Williamsonia 10(2):9.

Craves, J. A. and D.S. O'Brien. 2008. First state record: Band-winged dragonlet. Williamsonia 12(1):3.[DOWNLOAD PDF]

Cruden, R.W. and N.L. Currie. 1961. Additional records to state and county records of Ohio dragonflies (Odonata). Ohio J. Sci. 61:189-190.

Donnelly, T.W. 2004. Distribution of North American Odonata. Part I:Aeshnidae, Petaluridae. Gomphidae, Cordulegastridae. Bull. of Amer. Odonatology. 7(4):61-90.

Donnelly, T.W. 2004. Distribution of North American Odonata. Part II: Macromiidae, Corduliidae and Libellulidae. Bull. of Amer. Odonatology. 8(1):1-32

Donnelly, T.W. 2004. Distribution of North American Odonata. Part III: Calopterygidae, Lestidae, Coenagrionidae, Protoneruridae, Platystictidae. Bull. American Odonatology. 8(2-3):33-99.

Donnelly, T.W. 2007. Michigan's unique opportunity to illuminate North American Odonata taxonomy problems. Williamsonia 11(1):1-2.

DuBois, R., R. Johnson & S. Putz. 1999. Aeshna subarctica (Odonata: Aeshnidae) in northwestern Wisconsin. Great Lakes Entomol. 31:29-31.

DuBois, R.B., J.M. Pleski, W.A. Smith, E.J. Epstein and K. Mead. 2004. First records for Aeshna sitchensis (Odonata: Aeshnidae) and Enallagma clausum (Odonata: Coenagrionidae), and a northwestern record for the state-endangered Somatochlora incurvata (Odonata: Corduliidae) in Wisconsin. Great Lakes Entomol. 37(3&4):126-128.

DuBois, R. and M. Reese. 2005. Damselflies of the North Woods. Kollath-Stensaas Publishing. 144 pp.

DuBois, R.B., K.J. Tennessen and M.S. Berg. 2008. Efficacy of morphological characters for distinguishing nymphs of Epitheca cynosura and Epitheca spinigera (Odonata: Corduliidae) in Wisconsin. Great Lakes Entomol. 40(1&2): 129-139.

DuBois, R. and K. Tennessen. 2008. Nymphal habitat of Somatochlora ensigera Martin (Plains Emerald). Argia. 20(1):9-11.

DuBois, R.B., J.M. Pleski, W.A. Smith, & E.J. Epstein. 2010. Odonata of coastal peatland habitats adjacent to Lake Superior in Wisconsin. Great Lakes Entomol. 42(3&4):158-172.

Duffy, W.G. 1994. Demographics of Lestes disjunctus disjunctus (Odonata: Zygoptera) in a riverine wetland. Canad. Jour. Zool. 72(5):910-917

Evans, A.T. 1915. Dragonflies of the Douglas Lake region, Michigan. Michigan Geol. & Biol. Survey, Biol. Ser. 4, 20:39-58.

Foley, D. F. 1966. Another record of Williamsonia fletcheri in Michigan (Odonata: Corduliidae). Michigan Entomol. 1(3) :90.

Garman, P.. 1917. The Zygoptera, or damsel-flies, of Illinois. Bull. Ill. State Lab Nat. Hist. 12:411-587.

Gloyd, L. K. 1932. Four new dragonfly records for the United States (Odonata). Entomol. News 43(7):189-190.

Gloyd, L. K. 1940. On the status of Gomphaeschna antilope (Hagen) (Odonata). Occ. Papers Mus. Zool. Univ. Michigan 415:1-14. [DOWNLOAD PDF]

Gloyd, L. K. 1943. Enallagma vernale, a new species of Odonata from Michigan. Occ. Papers Mus. Zool. Univ. Michigan: 479. [DOWNLOAD PDF]

Glotzhober, R.C. 1985a. Collecting Odonata on Isle Royale. Newsl. Michigan Entomol. Soc. 30(3&4):1, 3.

Glotzhober, R.C. 1985b. Prelimenary survey of the Odonata of Stages Pond Nature Preserve, Pickaway Co., Ohio. Ohio J. Sci. 85(4)18.

Glotzhober, R.C. 1994a. Mule killers and other surprises. Timeline, April 1994 (Magazine of the Ohio Historical Soc.) 11(2):42-49.

Glotzhober, R.C. 1994b. Searching for Ohio's dragons. Wild Ohio. Spring 1994 (Newsl. of the Ohio Div. of Wildlife) 5(1):10-11.

Glotzhober, R.C. 1995. The Odonata of Ohio - A preliminary report. Bull. of American Odonatology. 3(1):30 pp.

Glotzhober, R.C. and E. Chapman. 2001. Second location for two rare Odonata in Ohio, Nannothemis bella and Ladona julia (Odonata: Libellulidae) discovered at Singer lake Bog, Summit County, Ohio. Great Lakes Entomol. 34(2):63-66.

Glotzhober, R.C., R.A. Restifo, T.E. Perry, and R.W. Alrutz. 1995. New dragonfly (Odonata) species in Ohio, and additions to county records. Ohio J. Science 95 (3):233-239.

Glotzhober, R.C. and D.L. Moody. 2002. Somatochlora walshii (Odonata:Corduliidae), a new state record for Ohio. Ohio J. Sci., 102(3):40-42.

Glotzhober, R.C. and D. McShaffrey (editors). 2002. The Dragonflies and Damselflies of Ohio. Ohio Biological Survey Bulletin, New Series. Vol. 14(2). 364 pp.

Hamrum C.L. et al. 1965. Identification and distribution of Minnesota Leucorrhinia species. J. Minnesota Acad. Sci. 33:23-26.

Hamrum, C.L. et al. 1971. Distribution and habitat preference of Minnesota dragonfly species (Odonata, Anisoptera) II. J. Minnesota Acad. Sci. 37:93-96.

Harwood, P.D. Additional notes on the Odonata (dragonflies) of Ohio. Ohio J. Sci. 60(6):341-344.

Hebard, H. 1910. A few records from northern Michigan in the order Odonata. Entomol. News 21:134-135.

Hilsenhoff, W. L. 1972. New records of Odonata from Wisconsin. Great Lakes Entomol. 5(3):79-80.

Hilsenhoff, W. L. 1972b. Aquatic insects of the Pine-Popple River, Wisconsin. Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies). Wisconsin Dept. Nat. Res. Tech. Bull. 54:17-20.

Hine, J. S. 1899. Additions to the list of Ohio dragonflies. Ohio Acad. Sci., 7th Rept., p. 65-67.

Hine, J. S. 1900. Additions and corrections to Odonata in Ohio. Ohio Nat. 1:13.

Hine, J.S. 1901a. Dragonflies of Sandusky. Ohio Nat. 1:94-95.

Hine, J. S. 1901b. A new species of Gomphus and its near relatives. Ohio Nat. 1:60-61.

Hine, J. S. 1913. Additions and corrections to Odonata of Ohio. Ohio Nat. 13:94-96.

Holder, Matt. 1997. Searching for underwater Odonata. Ontario Insects. 2(3):54-55.

Holt, M. and B. Laking. 2000. Odonata of the Manitoulin district. Ontario Insects. 6(1):16-17.

Jones, C.D. And P.S. Burke. 2004. Mocha emerald (Somatochlora linearis), new to Ontario and Canada. Ontario Odonata 5:1-4.

Judd, W.W. 1967. Studies of the Byron Bog in southwestern Ontario. XXXII. Observations on the seasonal distribution of Odonata in the bog. Proc. Ontario Entomol. Soc. 98:45-47.

Judd, W.W. 1968. A collection of damselflies and dragonflies (Odonata) from Dunn Township, Ontario. Ontario Field Biol. 21:1-6.

Kellicott, D.S. 1894a. A list of dragonflies from Corunna, Michigan. Canadian Entomol. 26:345-347.

Kellicott, D.S. 1894b. Catalogue of the Odonata of Ohio. Cincinnati Soc. Nat. Hist. 17:195-216.

Kellicott, D.S. 1895. Catalogue of the Odonata of Ohio. Cincinnati Soc. Nat. Hist. 18:105-114.

Kellicott, D.S. 1896a. Catalogue of the Odonata of Ohio. Cincinnati Soc. Nat. Hist. 19:66-71.

Kellicott, D.S. 1896b. Third report on the Odonata of Ohio. Ohio Acad. Sci. 4th Ann. Rept. :33-37.

Kellicott, D.S. 1897. Additions to the Catalogue of the Odonata of Ohio. Ohio Acad. Sci. 5th Ann. Rept. :47.

Kellicott, D.S. 1898. Additions to the Catalogue of the Odonata of Ohio. Ohio Acad. Sci. 6th Ann. Rept. :27-28.

Kellicott, D.S. 1899. Odonata of Ohio. Ohio Acad. Sci. Spec. Paper No. 2, 3:1-116.

Kenk, R. 1949. The animal life of temporary and permanent ponds in southern Michigan. Misc. Publ. Mus. Zool. Univ. Michigan 71:1-66.

Kennedy, C. H. 1902. A list of dragonflies of Winona Lake. Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. 1902:159-169.

Kennedy, C. H. 1922. The ecological relationships of the dragonflies of the Bass Islands of Lake Erie. Ecology 3:325-336.

Kielb, M.A. 1996. Preliminary checklist of the dragonflies (Odonata) of the Great Lakes Region. Michigan Birds & Natural History. 3(2):77-82.

Kielb, M.A. 1996. Occurrence of libellulid dragonflies (Odonata: Libellulidae) in southeastern Michigan and adjacent Essex County, Ontario. Great Lakes Entomol. 29(1):1-9.

Kielb, M.A. 1997. Additions and corrections to the Odonata of Michigan. Williamsonia. 1(2):1.

Kielb, M.A. 1997. Nannothemis bella (Uhler) in Michigan (Libellulidae). Williamsonia 1(2):4.

Kielb, M.A., E. Bright, & M. F. O'Brien. 1996. Range extension of Stylogompus albistylus (Odonata: Gomphidae) for the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Great Lakes Entomol. 29(2):87-88.

Kielb, M.A. & M.F. O'Brien. 1996. Discovery of an isolated population of Anax longipes in Michigan (Odonata:Aeshnidae). Great Lakes Entomol. 29(3):161-164.

Koglin, Sean P. 1999. Dragonflies. Michigan Out-of-Doors. August, pp. 68-69.

Kormondy, E.J. 1956.
Macromia allegheniensis Williamson in Ohio with new records of other Odonata in Ohio. Ohio J. Sci. 56:203-204.

Kormondy, E.J. 1958. A catalogue of the Odonata of Michigan. Misc. Papers Mus. Zool. Univ. Michigan. 104:1-43. [DOWNLOAD PDF]

Kormondy, E.J. 1959. The systematics of
Tetragoneuria, based on ecological, life history, and morphological evidence (Odonata: Corduliidae). Misc. Papers Mus. Zool. Univ. Michigan. 107:1-79.[DOWNLOAD PDF]

Kormondy, E.J. 1962. New records of Michigan Odonata. Entomol. News 73:191-194.

Lawrence, V. M. 1967. The distribution of Odonata in Indiana and Ohio. Proc. North Central Branch Entomol. Soc. Amer. 22:117-120.

Leonard, J.W. 1934. The naiad of Celithemis monomelaena Williamson (Odonata: Libellulidae). Occ. Pap. Mus. Zool. Univ. Mich. 297:1-5.[DOWNLOAD PDF]

Leonard, J.W. 1940.
Lanthus albistylus (Hagen), a new record for Michigan, with ecological notes on the species (Odonata: Gomphinae). Occ. Papers Mus. Zool. Univ. Michigan 414:1-6. [DOWNLOAD PDF]

Marr, B. 2010. Odonata of the Robert Thorson Brown Nature Sanctuary [Michigan]. Argia. 22(3):19

Masteller, E.C. 1993. Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies) of Presque Isle State Park, Erie County, Pennsylvania. Jour. Pennsylvania Acad. Sci. 67(3):137-140.

Matthaews, J.H. 2004. Report on common green darner (Anax junius) emergence in Caledon, Ontario, during 2003. Ontario Odonaata 5:12-14.

McDade, J.E. 1892. Illinois Neuroptera. Popular Science News 27:150.

McPeek, M.A. 1989. Differential dispersal tendencies among Enallagma damselflies (Odonata) inhabiting different habitats. OIKOS 56:187-195.

McPeek, M.A. 1990. Determination of species composition in the Enallagma damselfly assemblages of permanent lakes. Ecology 71:83-98.

McPeek, M.A. 1998. Comments on Enallagma cyathigerum and vernale. Argia 10(1):22-23.

Mead, K. 2006. Dragonflies of the North Woods. Kollath-Stensaas Publishers, 212 pp.

    Miller, L., C.L. Hamrum and M.A. Anderson. 1964. Identification and distribution of Sympetrum in Minnesota (Libellulidae, Odonata). Proc. Minn. Acad. Sci. 31:116-120.

    Montgomery, B. E. 1941. Records of Indiana dragonflies. X. 1937-1940. Proc. Indiana Acad. Sci. 50:229-241.

    Montgomery, B. E. 1942. The distribution and relative seasonal abundance of the Indiana species of Enallagma. Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. 51:273-278.

    Montgomery, B. E. 1943. Records of Ohio dragonflies. Ohio J. Sci. 43:267-270.

    Montgomery, B. E. 1944. The distribution and relative seasonal abundance of the Indiana species of Agrionidae. Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. 53:181-185.

    Montgomery, B. E. 1948. The distribution and relative seasonal abundance of the Indiana species of Lestes. Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. 57:113-115.

    Montgomery, B. E. 1954. Notes and records of Indiana Odonata, 1953-1954. Proc. Indiana Acad. Sci. 64:131-135.

    Montgomery, B. E. 1966. Notes and records of Indiana Odonata, 1955-1966. Proc. Indiana Acad. Sci. 76:259.

    Montgomery, B. E. 1967. The distribution of Odonata in the North Central States. Proc. North Central Branch Entomol. Soc. Amer. 22:121-129.

    Montgomery, B. E. 1970. Records and observations of Indiana Odonata. Proc. Indiana Acad. Sci. 80:253-263.

    Montgomery, B. E. 1981. Distribution of the Indiana Aeschnids (Odonata: Aeschnidae). Proc. Indiana Acad. Sci. 91:298-301.

    Moody, D. 1993. Odonata records for Northwest Ohio. Ohio J. Sci. 93(4):109-110.

    Muttkowski, R. A. 1908. Review of the dragonflies of Wisconsin. Bull. Wisconsin Nat. Hist. Soc. 6:57-127.

    Muttkowski, R. A. 1910a. New records of Wisconsin dragonflies. Bull. Wisconsin Nat. Hist. Soc. 8:53-59.

    Muttkowski, R. A. 1911a. Studies in Tetragoneuria (Odonata). Bull. Wisconsin Nat. Hist. Soc. 9(3):91-134.

    Muttkowski, R. A. 1911b. New records of Wisconsin dragonflies II Bull. Wisconsin Nat. Hist. Soc. 9:28-41.

    Muttkowski, R.A. and A.D. Whedon. 1915. On Gomphus cornutus Tough (Odonata). Bull. Wisc. Nat. History Soc. 13:88-99.

Needham, J.G. 1908. Notes on the aquatic insects of Walnut Lake, Michigan. in: Hankison, T.L. (ed.). A biological survey of Walnut Lake, Michigan. Ann. Rept. Michigan Geol. Survey.

Needham, J.G. 1909. Neuropteroid insects from Isle Royale, Michigan. p. 305-307 in: Adams, C.C. An ecological survey of Isle Royale, Lake Superior. Ann. Rept. Michigan Geol. Survey.

Needham, J.E. and C. A. Hart. 1901. Dragonflies (Odonata) of Illinois Part 1. Petaluridae, Aeshnidae, and Gomphidae. Illinois State Lab. Nat. Hist. Bull. 6(l):1-94.

Needham, J.E. and M.J. Westfall. 1955. A manual of the dragonflies of North America (Anisoptera). Univ. Calif. Press, Berkeley. p. 1-615

Nisbet, I.C.T. 1960. Notes on the migration of dragonflies in southern Ontario. The Canad. Field-Naturalist 74(3):150-153.

Nishida, T. 1999. The odonata collected in the United States of America, mainly in the State of Michigan. Aeshna 36:1-20.

O'Brien, A. 1911. Odonata collected at Douglas Lake, Michigan, in the summer of 1910. 14th Rept. Michigan Acad. Sci.:144-145.

O'Brien. M. F. 1983. Bibliographic guide to the terrestrial arthropods of Michigan. Great Lakes Entomol. 16(3):87-97.

O'Brien, M.F. (editor) 1997. Michigan Odonata Survey Collector's Handbook. Ann Arbor, MI. 78pp.

O'Brien, M.F. 1988. Bibliographic guide to the terrestrial arthropods of Michigan: Supplement 1. Great Lakes Entomol. 21(1): 25-29.

O'Brien, M.F. 1998. Somatochlora tenebrosa not in Michigan. Argia. 9(4):9-10.

O'Brien, M.F. 1998. Enallagma basidens (Odonata: Coenagrionidae) expands it range into Michigan. Great Lakes Entomol. 30(4):181-183.

O'Brien, M.F. 1998. Stylurus spiniceps finally verified for Michigan (Odonata:Gomphidae). Argia 9(4):8-9.

O'Brien, M.F. 1998. New Odonata records for Washtenaw County, Michigan. Williamsonia 2(4):3-4.

O'Brien, M.F. 1999. Collecting Odonata Exuviae. Mich. Entomol. Soc. Entomology Notes. No. 26, 2 pp.

O'Brien, M.F. 1999. Late season Odonata at Lefurge Woods wetland. Williamsonia 3(4):1-2.

O'Brien, M.F. 2000. The spotted-wing (mostly) Libellulids. Williamsonia. 4(4):1-4.

O'Brien, M.F. 2000. Hine's sight. Williamsonia. 4(3):4-5

O'Brien, M.F. 2000. Williamsonia lintneri trip in Mecosta Co. Williamsonia.$(3):6-7

O'Brien, M.F. 2000. Observations at Ives Road fen. Williamsonia. 4(4):4-5.

O'Brien, M.F. 2001. Somatochlora tenebrosa at Ives Road Fen, Lenawee County, Michigan (Corduliidae). Argia. 13(3):22-24.

O'Brien, M.F. 2001. Hine's Emerald Dragonfly, a federally-endangered species- Somatochlora hineana Williamson. Williamsonia. 5(2&3):5-6.

O'Brien, M.F. 2001. Dragonflies and Damselflies. Mich. Entomol. Soc. Entomology Notes. No. 27. 2 pp.

O'Brien, M.F. 2001. Zebra Mussels and Odonata Larvae. Williamsonia. 5(2&3):9.

O'Brien, M.F. 2001. Summary of the 2000 field season. Williamsonia. 5(1):3-4.

O'Brien, M.F. 2002. Checklist of the Odonata found in Michigan. Willliamsonia. 6(1):7-8.

O'Brien, M.F. 2002. The Painted Skimmer, Libellula semifasciata, in Michigan: rare or not? Michigan Birds and Natural History. 9(1):17-18.

O'Brien, M.F. 2002. 2002 Great Lakes Odonata Meeting, Higgins Lake, MI. Williamsonia. 6(3&4)2-6.

O'Brien, M.F. 2003. A rare form of Libellula quadrimaculata - “praenubila” in Michigan. Williamson. 7(2):1-2.

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