Odonata (dragonflies, damselflies), by Entomological Subdiscipline
Biology, Ecology and Behavior
Apiculture (Beekeeping) and Social Insects
- Insects in Motion - Quicktime video clips of various insects showing feeding behavior and life stage development, including a bee stinging
Behavior and Ecology
Systematics, Morphology and Evolution
- Aquatic Insects of Michigan - checklist and identification resources
- Australian Faunal Directory - checklists and bibliographies for Australian insects
- California Odonata - dragonflies and damselflies of California
- Calodema Website of Dr TJ Hawkeswood - - - Website provides free PDF files of TJ Hawkeswood and his co-workers biological research.
- Checklist and Status of Illinois Damselflies - (Odonata: Zygoptera)
- Checklist and Status of Illinois Dragonflies - (Odonata: Anisoptera)
- Checklist of European Odonates - (damselflies and dragonflies)
- Checklist of Odonata found in Michigan - Requires Adobe Reader as this file is in PDF.
- Checklist of Odonata Found in Oregon - checklists, county record maps, photographs, links to Odonata sites, Odonata-related projects in Oregon, notes on commercial nymph harvesting for fishing bait, notes on dragonfly migrations
- Checklist of the Odonata of Connecticut
- ClubTail - dragonfly database software. Windows only
- Cornell University Insect Collection - historical overview of the collection, list of holdings of the main collection and information on the holdings in various orders, student faculty and staff associated with the collection, a searchable database of all types
- Database of Illinois Odonata - over 6,500 records gathered from institutional and private collections. Approximately 150 species representing 9 families are included in the database. The database includes records from 92 counties.
- Dragonflies of the Southwest - includes distribution maps
- Fossil Dragonflies - photos of fossil dragonflies
- Frost Entomological Museum - 700,000 specimens. Pennsylvania State
- Gulf of Guinea Islands' Biodiversity Network - biodiversity of the four islands of Bioko, Principe, Sao Tome and Annobon in the Gulf of Guinea. Entomological resources at present include checklists of the Coleoptera groups Cerambycidae, Lucanidae, Coccinellidae and Caraboidea and Lepidoptera Geometridae and Noctuidae.
- Illinois Natural History Survey - 6 million specimens. Several insect databases, including a searchable, specimen level Plecoptera database . Dates back to 1858
- Insects from Former USSR for Collectors - insects from territory of former USSR, including, type locality, synonyms, range, distribution and variation, taxonomic notes, habitat and biology, similar species.
- Iowa Odonates - Dragonflies and Damselflies of Iowa. Photos, maps, and checklists of dragonflies and damselflies recorded in Iowa.
- Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County - Insects of the southwestern United States, aculeate hymenoptera, lepidoptera, diptera, coleoptera, odonata
- Ode News - occasional newsletter about dragonflies and damselflies on Cape Cod
- Odonata - Dragonflies and Damselflies - includes checklists for the U.S. states of Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma
- Odonata Bibliography - based on Roy J. Beckemeyer's odonatological library
- Odonata Central - Searchable county level database to the dragonflies and damselflies of the south central U.S., including maps and photographs. Texas checklist.
- Ohio Odonata Society - promoting knowledge and appreciation of dragonflies and damselflies in Ohio
- PETALURA - electronic journal of the Specialist Group for Systematic and Phylogenetic Odonatology
- Phylogenetic Systematics of Odononata
- Swedish Dragonflies - dragonfly photography, folklore, list of Swedish dragonflies, key, rearing information
- Synoptic Timetable of Earth History - with special reference to fossil odonates
- University of Michigan Musem of Zoology, Insect Division - one of the largest university insect collections in North America with 4.5 million specimens. Especially Odonata, Orthoptera, Acari, Coleoptera, and Homoptera
- What is a Dragonfly? - A basic introduction to Odonata.