From the Publisher's website: "Including one or more images of all 97 known species of dragonflies, over 250 color photos, and numerous line drawings and range maps, this guide to the dragonflies of mid-continental North America will be a useful companion throughout the region. Dragonflies of Indiana includes sections on key identification features, anatomy, life history, habitats, behavior, and flight seasons of dragonflies; the history of dragonfly study in Indiana; and the conservation value of dragonflies. It will be appreciated by all who take wonder in the shimmer of dragonfly wings on a summer day." The author James R. Curry is Emeritus Professor of Biology at Franklin College of Indiana and a former president of the Indiana Academy of Science.
We are pleased to announce that Insects (ISSN 2075-4450) has been accepted for indexing in SciVerse Scopus, published by Elesvier B.V. SciVerse Scopus is the world's largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature and quality web sources.
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