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Field Guides & Natural History  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Dragonflies & Damselflies (Odonata)

Les Libellules de France, Belgique, Luxembourg et Suisse [The Dragonflies of France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Jean-Pierre Boudot(Author), Daniel Grand(Author), Hansruedi Wildermuth(Author), Christian Monnerat(Author)
456 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
Publisher: BIOTOPE
Les Libellules de France, Belgique, Luxembourg et Suisse [The Dragonflies of France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland]
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Les Libellules de France, Belgique, Luxembourg et Suisse [The Dragonflies of France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland]

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Language: French

Written by the best specialists, this book is the current reference on the Odonata of France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland.

The introductory chapters provide an update on the systematics, biology, biogeography and ecology of dragonflies, but also on their relationship with humans and threats to these insects that indicate the health status of wetlands. Species profiles detail the 104 species and subspecies mentioned in the study area, including six vagrants and give details on field criteria, distribution, ecology, behaviour, threats, etc. Phenology and protective measures are presented for each taxon in the form of tables.

At the end of the book, a bibliography of almost 800 references will give the most demanding readers access to the essential literature on the Odonata, from the founding works to the most recent publications.

Summary in French:
Rédigé par les meilleurs spécialistes, ce livre est la référence actuelle sur les Odonates de France, Belgique, Luxembourg et Suisse.

Les chapitres introductifs font le point sur la systématique, la biologie, la biogéographie, l'écologie des libellules mais également sur leurs rapports avec l'homme et les menaces pesant sur ces insectes indicateurs de l'état de santé de nos zones humides. Des monographies présentent en détail les 104 espèces et sous-espèces mentionnées dans la zone d'étude, dont les six occasionnelles : critères de terrain, répartition, écologie, comportement, menaces, etc. La phénologie et les mesures de protection sont présentées pour chaque taxon sosu forme de tableaux.

En fin d'ouvrage, une bibilographie de près de 800 références donnera aux lecteurs les plus exigeants l'accès à la littérature essentielle sur les Odonates, des travaux fondateurs aux notes les plus récentes.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Jean-Pierre Boudot(Author), Daniel Grand(Author), Hansruedi Wildermuth(Author), Christian Monnerat(Author)
456 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
Publisher: BIOTOPE
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