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A Dazzle of Dragonflies

By: Forrest L Mitchell and James L Lasswell
224 pages, 133 colour photos
A Dazzle of Dragonflies
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  • A Dazzle of Dragonflies ISBN: 9781585444595 Hardback Apr 2005 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Pioneers in the electronic imaging of insects and creators of the website Digital Dragonflies, the authors share their spectacular scans of live dragonflies, enhanced with photographs that showcase them in their natural environment. With tips on creating a dragonfly garden to instructions for catching, photographing, and scanning them.

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By: Forrest L Mitchell and James L Lasswell
224 pages, 133 colour photos
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Creatures of the sunlight that pirouette on sparkling wings in plain view of all who take the time to look, dragonflies are nonetheless among the most elusive of insects. Few people get a close look at these ever-vigilant aerial predators, and fewer still know what they are seeing. - from the Introduction"

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