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Dragonflies and Damselflies

Being insects, dragonflies and damselflies have an exoskeleton, three pairs of legs, and three body parts: head, thorax, and abdomen. Both have large, compound eyes, short, bristle-like antennae, and four long membranous wings.

Pollinators: Bees and Wasps

Bees and wasps are two of the most important groups of pollinating insects in northern Illinois. Some bats and birds (such as hummingbirds) perform pollination, too.

Butterflies and Moths

Butterflies and moths are members of the insect order Lepidoptera.  There are approximately 100 species of Lepidoptera in Winnebago County.
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