Dragonflies were flying 300 million years ago, pre-dating dinosaurs by 100 million years. They form an important part of wetland life and they also play a significant role in general ecology. These insects are fierce predators devouring mosquitoes, gnats, and other pests by the thousands.
Presenter Martha Steuert, a native Floridian and member of the Conradina Native Plant Chapter, will share her vast knowledge about these most valuable creatures.
Join Cuplet Fern Chapter, FNPS members for this informative program. The program is free and the public is welcome. Call[masked] for more information.