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it may be nothing, but I have never seen this before: strange insect behavior

 
Anonymous Coward
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08/07/2013 01:52 AM
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it may be nothing, but I have never seen this before: strange insect behavior
In all my years i have never seen what I just witnessed. A dragonfly acting like a moth fluttering obsessively around a porch light. I don't recall ever seeing a dragonfly at night ever. I looked for a relevant thread on strange animal behavior but none was current. Just thought it was odd.
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08/07/2013 01:58 AM
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Re: it may be nothing, but I have never seen this before: strange insect behavior
I have seen this recently also here in SoCal...
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08/07/2013 02:04 AM
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Re: it may be nothing, but I have never seen this before: strange insect behavior
seen a lot of bugs of many kinds doing the light dance just never a dragonfly. I also saw a dragonfly with one very stunted wing recently. I was amazed at how well it could still fly. this was last week.
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08/07/2013 02:07 AM
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Re: it may be nothing, but I have never seen this before: strange insect behavior
SEEN IT A FEW TIMES growing up...
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08/07/2013 02:10 AM
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Re: it may be nothing, but I have never seen this before: strange insect behavior
Do it a favor and kill it.
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08/07/2013 02:21 AM
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Re: it may be nothing, but I have never seen this before: strange insect behavior
hopefully just rare but normal. But with all the radiation and chemicals and solar system strangeness, I would hate to see the dragonflies die off. they are really good at hunting nuisance insects. And there are usually great swarms of them in the open fields around here in the southern U.S.

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