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Nikula, Blair, Jackie Sones, Don Stokes, and Lillian Stokes. Stokes Beginner's Guide to Dragonflies. Boston: Little, Brown, 2002.
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Walton, R. K., and R. A. Forster. Common Dragonflies of the Northeast. Concord, MA: Natural History Services, 1997. Videotape.
Number of families: 16 families
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