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Trollsländor i Sverige: En Fälthandbok [Dragonflies in Sweden: A Field Guide]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Dannelid Erland(Author), Göran Sahlén(Author)
111 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, b/w line drawings
Trollsländor i Sverige: En Fälthandbok [Dragonflies in Sweden: A Field Guide]
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Language: Swedish

A pocket guide to the dragonflies of Sweden, including species that were discovered in recent years. All species are illustrated by a colour drawing, making it very useful for people who are not that familiar with dragonflies. The book does not cover larvae, nor does it have distribution maps.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Dannelid Erland(Author), Göran Sahlén(Author)
111 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, b/w line drawings
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