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 Dragonflies in the Garden?

Answer Dragonflies may look menacing from afar but actually are beautiful creatures beneficial to your garden. The long body of the large insect contains three sets of legs and two pair of wings. The drag... Read More »
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How to Attract Dragonflies?

Dragonflies, which are large insects in the Odonata family, are sought after by property owners because they as beneficial insects that are attractive and fun to watch. Both the adult dragonflies a... Read More »
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Do dragonflies have antennae?

Although it doesn't look like it, as a member of the insect family, dragonflies do have antennae. These antennae are extremely short and require very close inspection to be actually visible.Source... Read More »
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Where do dragonflies lay their eggs?

Depending on the type of species, dragonflies lay their eggs in different types of locations. According to Earthlife.net, "Eggs are laid either endophytically (inside the living tissue of a plant) ... Read More »
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Do dragonflies sting?

Dragonflies don't sting or bite. In fact, they are wonderful to have in your garden. They are beneficial insects that eat mosquitoes, termites, flies, gnats, ants, aphids & more. If you are luck... Read More »
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