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Dragonflies of the Golfo Dulce Region, Costa Rica Piedras Blancas National Park "Regenwald der Österreicher"

Field / Identification Guide
By: Stefan Schneeweihs(Editor), Werner Huber(Editor), Anton Weissenhofer(Editor)
56 pages, colour photos, colour map
Dragonflies of the Golfo Dulce Region, Costa Rica
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Language: English

This booklet about the dragonflies of the Piedras Blancas National Park, Costa Rica, features the majority of the species of the region. Species descriptions and many colour photographs enable the reader to identify dragonflies. The booklet also includes an introduction to dragonflies and to the region's natural history.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Stefan Schneeweihs(Editor), Werner Huber(Editor), Anton Weissenhofer(Editor)
56 pages, colour photos, colour map
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