Dragonfly Biodiversity. Information from the Slater Museum of Natural History, University of Puget Sound. Site maintained by Dennis Paulson
Günter Bechly’s Odonatology website. A site with lots of information and pictures; it also provides links to other sites that contain information on both fossil and recent Odonata.
International Dragonfly Fund (IDF). Purpose is to promote dragonfly protection and research
International Odonata Research Institute, byBill Mauffray. The site offers a portal to species list and images from all over the world; email contacts from around the world, available books and supplies, and lots more.
Observado.org. A website to register your sightings of dragonflies in the world
OdonataCentral by John C. Abbott. A site containing information about the distribution, biogeography and biodiversity of Odonata in North America, including Mexico, with special emphasis on Texas and the surrounding states.
Odonata Links on the World Wide Web: Oregon Dragonfly and Damselfly Survey
Odonatological Bibliography, compiled by Günter Bechly
Roy Beckemeyer’s Odonata site. General information; dragonflies and damselflies of Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma;images, links, and bibliography