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Published on Jan 11, 2019
Compelling discussion from dragonfly surveyor Annette DeGiovine. "The dragonflies live in the water for up to six years...If there is yearly spraying, over time, the dragonfly larvae will die...The more pristine the water, the better the water quality, the more diversity of dragonfly species, the more the dragonflies will eat mosquito larvae. Dragonflies are the top predator." This video is part of the Sierra Club Long Island Group Coastal Resiliency series. Produced and Directed by Douglas A. Morrow - D.A.M. Video Inc.