Following my post of yesterday, with more dragonflies taken at Kadoorie Farm and Botanical Gardens last week.
When first hatched, the larva or nymphs live in the water for around a year. Once they leave the water and begin to fly, they only live for around a month.
Some people in South East Asia like to eat them for a snack.
Having a dragonfly land on your head is considered good luck.
Groups of dragonflies are called swarms.
Watching dragonflies, similar to bird watching, is called oding which comes from the order classification odonata.
Predators that eat dragonflies include fish, ducks, birds, and water beetles.
They need to warm up in the sun during the morning before taking off and flying for most of the day.