Urban areas are home to many insects including dragonflies. The aquatic dragonfly larvae grow and develop in the numerous ponds and small streams present in many cities. Urban areas have numerous ponds, primarily for water retention and cleansing of storm water runoff that support a variety of wildlife. What factors determine whether or not a pond will support dragonflies? Can ponds be managed to increase the diversity of dragonfly species?
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