Dragonfly smashes record for long-distance insect migration – Christian Science Monitor

Dragonfly smashes record for long-distance insect migration – Christian Science Monitor

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New research suggests that Pantala flavescens, a dragonfly barely an inch and a half long, is migrating across oceans and between continents, overtaking the monarch butterfly as the insect that migrates the furthest.
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