The Odonata of Canada and Alaska: Volume Three, Part III: The Anisoptera–Three Families

By Edmund M. Walker and Philip S. Corbet

© 1975

Dr. Walker and Dr. Corbet make a signal contribution in gathering together all available information on the dragonflies of Canada and Alaska. The order as a whole and the zygoptera are covered. The treatment is not confined to taxonomy and geographical distribution, but includes data on habitats, seasons of adult life, and brief notes on habits when these are available.

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  • Series: Heritage
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  • Page Count: 332 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.0in x 1.0in x 9.0in
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Dr. Walker and Dr. Corbet make a signal contribution in gathering together all available information on the dragonflies of Canada and Alaska.

The Odonata of Canada and Alaska: Volume Three, Part III: The Anisoptera–Three Families

By Edmund M. Walker and Philip S. Corbet

© 1975

Dr. Walker and Dr. Corbet make a signal contribution in gathering together all available information on the dragonflies of Canada and Alaska. The order as a whole and the zygoptera are covered. The treatment is not confined to taxonomy and geographical distribution, but includes data on habitats, seasons of adult life, and brief notes on habits when these are available.

Product Details

  • Series: Heritage
  • World Rights
  • Page Count: 332 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.0in x 1.0in x 9.0in
  • Author Information

    Edmund M. Walker (1877-1969) joined the Department of Biology at the University of Toronto in 1904, rising to become the head of zoology in 1934. He was also Professor of entomology in the university's department of Zoology from 1906 until his retirement in 1948.



    Philip S. Corbet (1929-2008) was a British entomologist whose work focused largely on aquatic insects and dragonflies specifically. He co-authored and authored several books on the subject, which established him as a world expert on the order Odonata. He is also noted for his interest in biological controls as a substitute for synthetic pesticides in agriculture.

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