The following is a selection of sites, featuring photographs of dragonflies and damselflies.
- Africa Dragonfly, a photo database of African odonates maintained by KD Dijkstra.
- ARKive is the ultimate multimedia guide to the world’s endangered species. Explore and search for videos, photos and facts about the world’s endangered biodiversity, including odonata species.
- Asia Dragonfly, a photo database of East Asian dragonflies by Eric Gibert (ericgibert at yahoo.fr).
- BugGuide, an extensive image repository and identification aid for North American insects, including Odonata.
- Dragonflypix, a site dedicated to pictures of European and Australian dragonflies.
- European Odonata, a database maintained by Robert Geerts.
- iNaturalist, a site and smartphone app for identification of organisms, including Odonata.
- OdonataCentral, a repository for images of and information about Odonata of the Western Hemisphere.
- Odonata photographs by Oleg Kosterin, taken in different regions, mostly in Siberia.
Regional ode sites
There are nearly 6,000 species of dragonflies and damselflies on Earth and myriad websites dedicated to the Odonata that inhabit different parts of the globe. The following is a (non-exhaustive) listing of some of these sites.
- Africa Dragonfly, a photo database of African odonates maintained by KD Dijkstra
- Bulgarian Dragonflies, by Milen Marinov
- Danish Odonata, by Erland Nielsen
- Dragonflies and Damselflies of Europe, by Antoine van der Heijden
- Dragonflies of Finland, by Sami Karjalainen
- Eastern Mediterranean: Odonata of the Eastern Mediterranean, by Marcel Wasscher
- Hungary: Szitakötők
- Ireland: DragonflyIreland
- Italian Dragonflies, by Elisa Riservato and Sönke Hardersen.
- Netherlands: Dutch Dragonflies
- Netherlands: Libellennieuwsbrief: a newsletter with news about dragonflies and damselflies in the Netherlands
- Russia: Odonata of Russia by Daniel Osipov
- The Dragonflies of British Columbia, by RA Cannings & GGE Scudder
- Dragonfly and Damselfly Guide, by ON Nature
- Dragonflies of Alaska, by Mary Hopson
- California Dragonflies and Damselflies, by Kathy Biggs
- Dragonflies and Damselflies of Georgia and the Southeast, by Giff Beaton
- Michigan Odonata Survey, University of Michigan
- Dragonflies & Damselflies of Missouri, by Taili Zhuang
- Ohio Odonata Survey sponsored by Marietta College
- Tennessee Odonata, Richard Connors
- Digital Dragonfly Project, TAMU
- Odonata of Texas: checklists and a collection of images by Omar Bocanegra
- Odonata of Monteverde, Costa Rica, Bill Haber & David Wagner
- Dragonflies & Damselflies of Ecuador, Bill Haber & David Wagner
- Western Australia Dragonflies, by Jan Taylor
Societies & forums
- British Dragonfly Society (BDS)
- Dragonfly Society of the Americas (DSA)
- Dutch Dragonfly Association / Nederlandse Vereniging voor Libellenstudie (NVL; in Dutch)
- Hokkaido Odonatological Society (in Japanese)
- The Japanese Society for Odonatology (in Japanese)
- Kansai Research Group of Odonatology (KRGO; in Japanese)
- Sociedad de Odonatología Latinoamericana (SOL; in Spanish/Portuguese)
- Société Française d’Odonatologie (SFO; in French)
- Society of German-language Odonatologists / Gesellschaft deutschsprachiger Odonatologen (GdO; in German)
Forums & working groups
- Belgium Dragonfly Working Group
- International Dragonfly Fund (IDF)
- Nordisk Odonatologisk Forum by Martin Peterson
- 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, by Bill Mauffray (iodonata at bellsouth.net). 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 of the Western Hemisphere, especially North America
- Odonatological Bibliography, compiled by Günter Bechly
See also Other odonatological meetings