Dragonflies and Damselflies Quiz!

As they patrol the edge of the pond, or skim along the water’s surface at incredible speeds…dragonflies and damselflies form an important part of wetland wildlife. Come splash in the puddles of fact and fiction !


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  • Question of

    The dragonfly, and damselfly, are members of which Order of the Insecta Group?

    • Lepidoptera
    • Odonata
    • Hymenoptera
    • Orthoptera
  • Question of

    Which of the following is NOT a difference between dragonflies and damselflies?

    • the eyes of the dragonfly touch on top of the head, damselfly eyes are well separated
    • dragonflies are stronger fliers
    • the fore- and hind-wings of the damselfly are of similar shape, whereas the dragonfly’s are of diffe
    • damselflies are all female
  • Question of

    What is the average cruising speed of a dragonfly?

    • 25 mph
    • 5 mph
    • 15 mph
    • 10 mph
  • Question of

    An old name for the damselfly is?

    • Flying Typhoon
    • Devil’s Darning Needle
    • Water Nymph
    • Lady of the Lake
  • Question of

    Do dragonflies have antennae?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    In the United Kingdom, dragonflies are often called ‘Horse-Stingers’. Dragonflies do have stingers. True or False?

    • True
    • False
  • Question of

    Dragonflies are among the most ancient of living creatures. They go back to Carboniferous times, meaning they were flying more than how many years ago?

    • 400 million
    • 450 million
    • 300 million
    • 500 million
  • Question of

    The largest wingspan of a living dragonfly is about 19 cm. It is called the Megaloprepus coerulatus and is found where?

    • Australia
    • West Sussex
    • Africa
    • Central America


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