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  1. R

    Dijkstra FG Dragonflies of Europe

    Thanks Andy. Unless I see a rave review I think I'll also give it a miss. There has recently been a new species discovered in Spain (a pincertail I believe) but I don't know if it's in the book. Roger
  2. R

    Dijkstra FG Dragonflies of Europe

    Has anyone seen/bought the 2nd edition of the Field Guide to the Dragonflies of Britain and Europe by Dijkstra, Shroter and Lewington? I am wondering if it is a worthwhile upgrade from the 1st edition and worth my hard-earned cash and would welcome any thoughts and opinions. Roger
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