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This is a damselfly not to be confused with a dragonfly. Damselflies and dragonflies are in the same family but are different in several ways. Damselflies are smaller and more slender than dragonflies. Their eyes are set apart from each other whereas dragonflies' eyes are together. When damselflies are at rest they fold their wings closed along their body and resemble a twig. Dragonflies rest with their wings in an upward position or out away from their body like an airplane's wings. P6011385


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