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    In case you ever wondered how dragonflies do it, this is how.

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    you voyeur...
     
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    Other than the sex :tongue: cool photos. You got anymore little beasties?
     
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    A whole bunch. It takes so long to load them. I'll put some of the other type dragonflies up tomorrow. Got some of this really cute little bee too. Rod said watch this and stuck his finger out and the bee flew to his finger and landed on it. The bee has real bright red huge eyes. I'll put him/her up tomorrow.
     
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    Cool ... looking forward to it.
     
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    Remember the ugly bug? It is a dragonfly larvae. I was reading about them they eat small fish, tadpoles, etc.
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    Can you see a dragonfly larvae in the background coming up out of the moss.
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    What is left after the dragonfly exits.
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    Rod's little bee friend.

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