for Argia vivida (Vivid Dancer)
Reports from BC Conservation Data Centre
BC Species Summary
Mapped Known Locations
Reports from Other Databases
E-Fauna BC: Electronic Atlas of the Wildlife of British Columbia
Environment Canada's Species at Risk Website
Global Comprehensive Report (NatureServe Explorer)
Species at Risk Brochure
Cannings, R. 2002. Rare Dragonflies of British Columbia, B.C. Minist. Sustainable Resour. Manage., and B.C. Minist. Water, Land and Air Prot. 6pp.
Cannings, S.G., and R. Cannings. 1995. Rare Invertebrates of the South Okanagan. B.C. Minist. Environ., Lands and Parks, Wildl. Branch. 6pp.
COSEWIC. 2015. COSEWIC assessment and status report on the Vivid Dancer Argia vivida in Canada. Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada. Ottawa. ix + 53 pp.
Other Related References
Cannings, R.A. 2002b. Introducing the dragonflies of British Columbia and the Yukon. Royal B.C. Mus., Victoria, BC. 96pp.
Cannings, R.A., S.G. Cannings, and L. Ramsay. 2000. The Dragonflies of the Columbia Basin, British Columbia. Royal B.C. Mus. 287pp.
Ramsay, L.R., and S.G. Cannings. 2000. Dragonflies at Risk in British Columbia. Pp. 89-92 in L.M. Darling, ed. 2000. Proc. Conf. on the Biology and Manage. Species and Habitats at Risk, Kamloops, B.C., 15 - 19 Feb., 1999. Vol. 1; B.C. Minist. Environ., Lands and Parks, Victoria, BC, and Univ. College of the Cariboo, Kamloops, BC. 490pp.
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