Field Guide to the Dragonflies and Damselflies of Great Britain and Ireland

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Steve Brooks
British Wildlife Pub., 1997 - Damselflies - 160 pages
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there is quite a bit of dragonflies here in the US. Read full review

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Really good info and brilliant diagrams in a lightweight book that I can use in the field Updated version. Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgements
Regional guides 28
Further reading 158
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

As a young man, Steve Brooks discovered that whenever he thought of himself as a poet, the word disappeared. He thought of poetry not merely as an occupation but as something essential. He discovered he was a poet, not by its definition but by its reality. His first book was Philip Blanc in San Francisco (Panjandrum Press, 1972) surrealist poems and drawings. His next published work was as part of an anthology, Five on the Western Edge (Momo's Press, 1977). The Cock Poems by Georgio Vesta was published by Love Lights Magazine in 1973. His second one-man show, "The Blood & Turnips Poetry Festival," was a satire in which he wrote and played the part of twenty poets. His collected poems, The Dancer in the Heart, was published by Philos Press in 2001 under the name Steve Abhaya. Many of his subsequent works were self-published by Abhaya Books & Art, available online. He currently resides in Asheville, North Carolina.

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