Nearly every dragonfly species around the world has now been assessed against the IUCN Redlist criteria revealing that 16% of species are at risk of extinction.
The latest issue of International Journal of Odonatology is now available online and will be arriving in mailboxes soon! This issue focuses on dragonfly flight and stems from a symposium at the 2017 International Congress of Odonatology in Cambridge, UK. Preview the issue >>here<< and get full access >>here<<. You must be a WDA member (more…)
The Sociedad(e) de Odonatología Latinoamericana will hold its 3rd annual meeting in Cusco, Peru this October. When: 7-9 October 2020Where: Cusco, PeruPost-trip: Manu Learning Centre, Peru 10-13 OctoberUpdates: SOL’s Facebook Group and webpage The SOL (Sociedad(e) de Odonatología Latinoamericana) is proud to announce that the 3rd meeting of the Society is going to be held (more…)
Here are two upcoming European meetings to learn about dragonflies and damselflies!
Can a dragonfly bite you? Will it sting if you get too close? Let’s find out!
In almost every culture dragonflies and damselflies feature in myth, folklore, art and literature. They have inspired, revolted and been made use of by Man, from prehistoric times to the present day.
Are dragonflies effective at controlling mosquitoes and other insect pests?