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I think Wendy and Hazel in France would be able to recommend a goo book on moths for you and TeeJay (Tony) will probably be able to recommend a good book for dragonflies/damsels.
I like the WildGuides books and have the one for British birds and I see they do one on Damselflies and Dragonflies HERE I just looked again and saw they have a book on moths too HERE but wait for others to recommend what they would go for before you opt for these. I think I have probably picked up more help with ID's via this website as I only new the common garden birds 9 years ago ! Still learning with the help from everyone's input on here and having photos to look at also help enormously by picking up ID tips and hints from those who have greater skills.
I also have the Collins Bird Guide which gives a lot more detail but its a tad expensive (I got mine free with a BTO subscription a few years ago), they also do a handy app for your mobile.
Some good sightings and photos of various critters. I've not seen any Hawker mating wheels this year.
I have the "Field Guide to the Dragonflies and Damselflies of Great Britain and Ireland" which is very comprehensive, but if you don't want a book just for Dragonflies, then try the British Dragonfly Society website HERE which has a good picture gallery to help ID anything you see.
In reply to Nigel O:
Your Dragons in Cop are Migrant Hawker's and Damsel is a Small Redeye. ILR
In reply to James:
And one in B/W
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