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Originally published by the Slater Museum of Natural History, University of Puget Sound, in 1999, this document isn’t simply a list since it contains a wealth of information on each species recorded from the continental United States and Canada. In each species entry you can find reference information for the original description, the type locality, etymology of the scientific and English names, and a brief description of its range. Similar information is also presented for each genus.
|A sample from A Checklist of North American Odonata, 2012 edition.|
If you’re serious (even just mildly serious) about Odonata in North America, this document is a must-have, and since it’s free, you can’t argue about the price!