By: Nick Mason (Editor), Adrian Parr (Editor)
134 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
The new atlas of the dragonflies of Suffolk confirms that major changes have taken place since the previous book by Howard Mendel in 1992, with most species fairing well. A number have, indeed, shown some quite spectacular increases in range and abundance. No less than eight new species have also been recorded from the county since 1992 with three of these now breeding. This new book is strongly recommended to all of those with an interest in the county's dragonflies, and to those curious as to how Britain's wildlife is responding to recent ecological shift.
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