Green darner dragonflies migrate a bit like monarch butterflies

Each annual migratory loop takes multiple generations

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TOWARD THE UNKNOWN  A common green darner can migrate hundreds of kilometers each year. A new study reveals details of the insects’ annual migration for the first time.

Mark Chappell

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