What Is the Life Span of a Dragonfly?

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The life expectancy of an adult dragonfly is about 4 to 6 weeks. The dragonfly has an average life span of more than a year, but little of that life is in fact spent as an adult dragonfly. The average life expectancy will also depend on the part of the world in which it lives.
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Dragonfly lifespans vary by species, but the average lifespan is around 6 to 8 weeks after reaching the adult stage.
The lifespan of a dragonfly from egg to death is about six months. They spend the biggest portion of their lives as a larvae and live underwater. Once they hatch and become the large insect, they will live on the surface of the water the remainder of their life.
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