All photographs copyright (2003-2013) by Kris H. Light

Damselfly nymphs are aquatic, they spend up to a year living in lakes, ponds and streams before molting and becoming an adult. The three long appendages at the end of the abdomen are the gills where the nymph breathes.
Damselfly nymphs are aquatic, they spend up to a year living in lakes, ponds and streams before molting and becoming an adult. The three long appendages at the end of the abdomen are the gills where the nymph breathes.

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