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February WVAS Meeting - Guest Speaker Faith Jones on Dragonflies

After a brief business meeting, Faith Jones, President of Seminole Audubon will give a presentation on Dragonflies.

Did you know dragonflies spend most of their lives underwater? Or that dragonfly eyes have up to 30,000 lenses, compared to the human eye that has one? Dragonflies are charismatic, ancient insects that date back 300 million years. Faith Jones will explain the dragonfly’s complicated life cycle, and many of their anatomical adaptations. The program will also include details for identification of the damselflies and dragonflies that can be observed locally.

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  • William Dave T.

    Presentation was interesting but the slides by todays standards were very weak. This detracted from the value that I got from the presentation.

    February 28, 2013

  • Stephen K.

    Great presentation

    February 26, 2013

  • William Dave T.

    An interesting subject and look forward to learning more about dragonflies

    January 27, 2013

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