A short biography of Dr. B. R. INGRAM (born: Oct. 3, 1940, Smithfield, North Carolina, USA; deceased: Aug. 3,1977, Clemson, South Carolina, USA; limnologist, ecologist and aquatic entomologist; Associate Professor of Zoology, Clemson University) is followed by his odonatological bibliography (1971-1976). On August 3, 1977, BYRON ROSS INGRAM died of a ruptured Berry aneurysm at his home on Lake Hartwell near Clemson, South Carolina, USA. Though his death came at the early age of 36 years, his contributions to the knowledge of life histories of the Odonata and the effects of photoperiod and temperature on the development of various damselflies were significant.