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A Field Guide to the Damselflies of South Africa

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Warwick Tarboton(Author), Michèle Tarboton(Author)
95 pages, 312 colour & 97 b/w illustrations, 65 colour distribution maps
Publisher: Warboton
A Field Guide to the Damselflies of South Africa
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  • A Field Guide to the Damselflies of South Africa ISBN: 9780620338783 Paperback Dec 2005 Out of Print #153362
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A companion volume to the superb A Field Guide to Dragonflies of South Africa.

Sixty seven damselfly species (Zygoptera) are currently recognised as occurring in South Africa and all of these are covered in this excellent guide, family by family. Each species is illustrated on the right hand page with a facing page of text, a distribution map and, a photograph of the species in its natural habitat.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Warwick Tarboton(Author), Michèle Tarboton(Author)
95 pages, 312 colour & 97 b/w illustrations, 65 colour distribution maps
Publisher: Warboton
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