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Mantisfly (Entanoneura sinica, Mantispidae, Neuroptera)  These extraordinary, seemingly prehistoric insects belong to the same ord...

Mantisfly (Entanoneura sinica, Mantispidae, Neuroptera) These extraordinary, seemingly prehistoric insects belong to the same ord...

IlPost - Vespa (CC BY USGS/Sam Droege) - Vespa+(CC+BY+USGS/Sam+Droege)

IlPost - Vespa (CC BY USGS/Sam Droege) - Vespa+(CC+BY+USGS/Sam+Droege)

Importance: They help control populations of mosquitos. Plus, these insects dated back to prehistoric times when they were much larger with a 65 cm wingspan; Reproduction: Males transfer sperm to its penis and then grips a female from behind its head. She bends her abdominal tip to meet his penis and he injects sperm into her. http://www.earthtimes.org/nature/dragonflies-indicator-species-environmental-health/2033/ http://animals.mom.me/reproduction-cycle-dragonfly-9190.html

Importance: They help control populations of mosquitos. Plus, these insects dated back to prehistoric times when they were much larger with a 65 cm wingspan; Reproduction: Males transfer sperm to its penis and then grips a female from behind its head. She bends her abdominal tip to meet his penis and he injects sperm into her. http://www.earthtimes.org/nature/dragonflies-indicator-species-environmental-health/2033/ http://animals.mom.me/reproduction-cycle-dragonfly-9190.html

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