Summer is a good time to spot dragonflies, which often gather by ponds or streams. More than 300 species live in North America, with about 70 of those in the Washington area. They are speedy and colorful, but what do you know about these flying insects? Let’s take a closer look.
This might not look like a dragonfly, but it is one. It's in the nymph, or naiad stage. This dragonhunter nymphs will live in water until it's ready to shed its skeleton and unfurl its wings as an adult. Kevin Munroe Buy Photo