Aquatic Invertebrates in Pacific Northwest Freshwater Wetlands: An Identification Guide and Educational ResourceBy Sarina Jepsen, Jeff Adams, Lisa Schonberg, Erika Arnold, Celeste Mazzacano, and Scott Hoffman Black, The Xerces Society
This CD-ROM (designed for use with a PC computer) includes an extensive pictoral identification key to families of commonly encountered insects, crustaceans and other invertebrates of Pacific Northwest freshwater wetlands. Read more.
Bumble Bee Pocket Identification GuidesBy Elaine Evans and The Xerces Society
Guides are available for several North American species. Read more.
Field Guide for Migratory DragonfliesBy D. Paulson, J. Abbot, M. May, M. Blackburn, and C. Mazzacano
The Migratory Dragonfly Partnership (MDP) produced this printable online adult dragonfly identification guide to assist project participants in identifying our five focal species. Read more.
Freshwater Mussels of the Pacific NorthwestBy Ethan Jay Nedeau, Allan K. Smith, Jen Stone, and Sarina Jepsen
This guide provides basic identification, distribution, life history and conservation information for each of the seven species of freshwater mussels native to the PNW. Read more.
Macroinvertebrates of the Pacific NorthwestA Field Guide
By Jeff Adams & Mace Vaughan, The Xerces Society
The field guide is printed on durable, water resistant paper. The images in this guide are representative of 56 common and readily visible groups of macroinvertebrates encountered in wadeable streams of the Pacific Northwest. General information is included on the identification and natural history of each group. Read more.
Stream Bugs as Biomonitors: A Guide to Pacific Northwest Macroinvertebrate Monitoring and IdentificationBy Jeff Adams, Mace Vaughan, & Scott Hoffman Black, The Xerces Society
The CD-ROM uses 900 pages of text and over 5000 images to detail the entire process of freshwater macroinvertebrate monitoring in the Pacific Northwest – from identifying macroinvertebrates to interpreting data. Read more.