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Dragonflies of Surrey

Peter Follett

Dragonflies of Surrey

by Peter Follett

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Published by Surrey Wildlife Trust in Pirbright, Woking .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dragonflies -- England -- Surrey.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementPeter Follett ; principal recorders, David Baldock ... (et al.).
    ContributionsSurrey Wildlife Trust.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination87p.,16p. of plates :
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16694067M
    ISBN 100952606518
    OCLC/WorldCa35666725

    The book was also shortlisted by independent book review site, The Bookbag, as one of its Top Ten Self-Published Books You can view a full reading of The Dragonfly Story here. Media (click the link) Gloucestershire Echo newspaper; Leicester Mercury; Reader reviews “This book . The novelist H. E. Bates described the rapid, agile flight of dragonflies in his nonfiction book Down the River: I saw, once, an endless procession, just over an area of water-lilies, of small sapphire dragonflies, a continuous play of blue gauze .

      Like many insects, dragonflies begin life with a larval stage. Dragonfly larvae, or nymphs, live underwater and scoot through the water by shooting a jet of water out their rectum, like tiny torpedoes. Some dragonflies live like this for up to five years, before spending a relatively short six or seven months as an adult. Dragonfly has everything I could want in a fantasy book – action, romance, a beautiful cover, and well defined characters – but I just could not get into it. It’s not because of the writing though, Julia Golding’s prose is beautiful with eloquent and evocative descriptions, and swift turns of 4/5().

    Regional Lists of Dragonflies. FREE Dragonfly Clip Art images for you to use on your webpage, in emails, anywhere you need some dragonflies! Save the thumbnail or click on it . The Energy and Symbolism of the Dragonfly. I’ve always loved dragonflies.. Watching them dart, float, and dance through the air Just through observing dragonflies, it quickly becomes clear that their meaning and impact on us as humans goes much deeper than just being a beautiful part of nature.


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