County Recorder: Adrian Parr

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There are now over 41,800 records on the SBIS Database. The Suffolk Local Dragonfly Group has collected thousands of records for a completely new Suffolk Dragonflies.

A countywide survey was run by SBRC from 1986 to 1991, over 7,000 records were computerised using the RECORDER program. SWT has a factsheet on Norfolk Hawker Guidance on identification and recording can be found on the BDS Website

Major Publications:
The Dragonflies of Suffolk. Morley, C. TSNS 1: 18.
Suffolk Dragonflies - An Atlas and History. 1992 Mendel SNS.
Suffolk Dragonflies 2016 Mason & Parr SNS.

Other papers from Suffolk Natural History
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Odonata recording in Suffolk during 2011. A. Parr (2012)
Suffolk Dragonflies 2005. K. Morris (2006)
Occurrence of the Small Red-eyed Damselfly Erythromma viridulum in West Suffolk during 2002. D. K. Underwood (2003)
The discovery and observations of the Small Red-eyed Damselfly (Erythromma viridulum) at a Suffolk site in 2001. N. Sherman (2002)
The Scarce Chaser (Libellula fulva) on the River Stour. S. Goddard (2001)
Invasion of Dragonflies in 1995. Mendel, H. & Marsh, M. G.(1996)
Suffolk dragonflies. Mendel, H. (1988)
Hobby taking Migrant Hawker Dragonflies. Piotrowski, S. H. (1988)
Suffolk dragonfly survey. Belden, P. A. (1983) p 394
The Emperor Dragomfly, Anax imperator. Beaufoy, S. (1978)
Suffolk Dragonflies. Beaufoy, S.
Emperor Dragonfly. Beaufoy, S.
The Dragonflies of Suffolk. Morley, C.

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