Dragonflies on the Web

Here are some web sites with good stuff on dragonflies. Books are listed below. 


All links open in a new browser window, so just close that window to return here.

British Dragonfly Society

Digital Dragonfly Museum

Discover Life - Odonata

Dragonflies and Damselflies of the United States

Dragonfly Society of the Americas

Giff Beaton Photography - Dragonflies

Glenn Corbiere Photography - Dragonflies

Greg Lasley Photography - Dragonflies

Maine Damselfly and Dragonfly Survey

Michigan Odonata Survey

NJODES - The dragonflies and damselflies of New Jersey

Odonata Central

Odonata of Japan

Odonata Atlas of Ontario

Odonata of Ottawa

Ohio Odonata Society

Royal BC Museum - Darners

Saskatchewan Aquatic Insects Page

University of Puget Sound , Museum of Natural History, Dragonfly Biodiversity

Worldwide Dragonfly Association

New Links

Macro Photography World (Wow!)


Don't limit yourself to these links, though. Search around and see what you can find. Drop us an email if you find some other good sites.

Suggest a dragonfly website

Dragonfly Books

Here's some good dragonfly literature.

Dragonflies of the North Woods
By Kurt Mead. 2003. Kollath - Stensaas Publishing. Duluth, Minnesota. 203 pp. ISBN 0-9673793-6-9.

Dragonflies through binoculars
By Sidney W. Dunkle. 2000. Oxford University Press.

Stokes Beginner's Guide to Dragonflies and Damselflies
By B. Nikula, Jackie Sones, Donald and Lillian Stokes. 2002. Little, Brown and Co.

Dragonflies, Behaviour and Ecology of Odonata
By Philip S. Corbet. 1999. Cornell University Press.

Dragonflies and Damselflies of Texas and the South-Central United States: Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico
By John C. Abbott. 2005. Princeton University Press. (Visit book website)
More coming soon.

Conferences and Meetings

We'll try to keep you abreast of conferences and meetings of interest to local "odonatists" (dragonfly and damselfly enthusiasts). Click the link to visit the conference / meeting web site.

Go to The MDS | Education Program
Photo Gallery | Resources