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Sarasota News Leader October 12, 2012 Page 82 Adults mate in midair. The female lays eggs in or near water and the eggs hatch in about a week. The larvae spend months or even years in freshwater ponds and streams, preying on insects before they morph into adults and take to the air. The Eastern Pondhawk

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