How a Hydrogen Isotope Reveals a Dragonfly’s Long-Distance Journey

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A new study shows the dragonfly Pantala flavescens migrates as much as 8,000 miles round-trip between India and Japan. Researchers say the findings show the potential of using stable isotopes to track insect migrations.

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