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— Bryan

Archives of Bryan's dragonfly newsletter (published 2003-2007)


Archives of Bryan's dragonfly newsletter (2003-2007)

Find here your back issues of The Boghaunter, a regional dragonfly newsletter I published from 2002-2007. (Pay no attention to the inconsistent issue volume and numbering system; they’re all here — all nine of them.)

  • Volume 1, Number 1 (Winter 2002-2003) — Inaugural issue, featuring the discovery of Williamsonia fletcheri (Ebony Boghaunter) in Vermont.
  • Volume 2, Number 1 (Spring 2003) — Featuring “Dragonflies for Dummies” and a preliminary checklist of Vermont Odonata.
  • Volume 3, Number 1 (Winter 2003-2004) — A season summary, book review, new Vermont discoveries, among other articles.
  • Volume 3, Number 2 (Spring 2004) — Vermont’s next five odes, a checklist, and more.
  • Volume 4, Number 1 (Winter 2004-2005) — Ischnura hastata (Citrine Forktail) discovered, season summary, data initiatives and more.
  • Volume 4, Number 2 (Spring 2005) — The other Boghaunter, NY atlas, calendar of events.
  • Volume 5, Number 1 (Winter 2005-2006) — Seven new odonate species for Vermont.
  • Volume 5, Number 2 (Spring 2006) — Gomphids and nymphs, among other delights.
  • Number 9 (Spring 2007) — Featuring Paul-Michael Brunelle’s wisdom on Somatochlora (Striped Emeralds) and Neurocordulia (Shadowdragons).