Damselflies and Dragonflies (Odonata) of Texas is an indispensable updated reference to the 223 species of odonates distributed throughout the Lone Star state. Included in this volume are detailed species distribution and seasonality information arranged so that users can quickly and easily search by scientific name, county name, or flight season. All information is updated as of 2006. A variety of articles are also included on the natural history, photography, migration, collection and preservation, and diversity of Texas odonates. Whether using the book to find new species records in the deserts of west Texas or perusing articles in the comfort of your home, volume 2 of the Odonata Survey of Texas is an essential guide for both life-long and budding odonatologists alike.One of these photos was published on the cover of a birding guide book, which led to other requests for my bird photos. ... I will also state that this article will be of little interest to those who want to use apoint-and-shoota cameras. ... Equipment Since early 2003, I have used three different digital camera bodies, all in the Canon EOS series; the D60 (early in 2003), 10D (2003 into 2004) and 1D Mark II (2004anbsp;...
|Title||:||Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of Texas|
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