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Diane Rowse, right, with the Minnesota Odonata Survey Project led a workshop at the Upper Sioux Agency State Park to train volunteers in how to catch, identify and preserve dragonflies and damselflies. Gracie Kleven, left, was among those who helped catch the insects. The Project is looking for volunteers to help survey and identify the species in the state, and where they are found. Submitted photo

Stalking prehistoric predators

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UPPER SIOUX AGENCY STATE PARK -- We know our mosquitoes too well in Minnesota, but we know very little about the winged insects that love to dine on them.

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There may be as many as 140 different dragonfly and damselfly species in Minnesota, according to the Department of Natural Resources.

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Tom Cherveny
Tom Cherveny is a regional and outdoor reporter with the West Central Tribune in Willmar, MN.
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