Damselflies of Minnesota, Wisconsin & Michigan

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Damselflies of Minnesota, Wisconsin & Michigan Author: Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: Kollath-Stensaas Publishers Pages: 154 Illustrations and other contents: Color photos throughout; Illustrations, unspecified Language: English ISBN: 9781936571130 Categories: , , ,

Guide to all 51 species of damselflies found in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan An innovative format that makes field identification a snap Fieldmark arrows point out the best distinguishing characteristics Detailed art clearly illustrates the claspers and abdomen tips of many species New and larger range maps More than 170 color photos and dozens of illustrations

Weight0.249 kg

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Author Biography

Robert (Bob) DuBois is an aquatic ecologist with the Endangered Resources Bureau of the Wisconsin DNR. In his 30-plus years with WDNR he has given numerous talks, led many workshops and field outings, and taught several university classes about odonates. The identification, ecology, and distribution of damselflies and dragonflies are his passion. Bob has published dozens of scientific journal articles and notes and, in 2010, authored Dragonflies & Damselflies of the Rocky Mountains. He has chased after odonates from coast to coast in more than half of the 50 U.S. states. Bob and his wife, Linda, live in Superior, Wisconsin, where he is near to his favorite haunts in the Bois Brule River Valley. Mike Reese was an educator in Wautoma, Wisconsin, for 29 years and has been interested in damselflies for many years. He runs a website on Wisconsin's butterflies, tiger beetles, and robber flies (wisconsinbutterflies.org). Mike has contributed his photos of insects to over a dozen field guides, including as the main photographer for Tiger Beetles of Minnesota, Wisconsin & Michigan. He is also very involved with the North American Butterfly Association. Mike has downsized in his retirement, moved to Two Rivers, Wisconsin, and has branched out from insects to also become the Director of Volunteers for the second Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas project.