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Migration of birds in the spring and fall is a well known phenomenon. However, migration of insects is not as well known except for a few spectacular examples such as that of the Monarch butterfly. Actually, quite a number of insects migrate and one easily observed migrant is the large Green Darner dragonfly (Anax junius).
Iowa Science Teachers Journal
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Iowa Science Teachers Journal: Vol. 13:
1, Article 9.
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