It breathes through gills.
The dragonfly nymphs actually come to the surface of the water in order to breathe. They have gills at the base of their rectum and breathe through their bottom.
Since,dragon fly nymph is in water once it has hatched from its egg it will breathe through gills.
1. dragonfly nymph 2. dragonfly emerges from nymph stage 3. adult dragonfly
Yes , dragonfly nymph is an invertebrate .
Dragonfly nymphs are aquatic and do not closely resemble the adults. See the link for a picture of a dragonfly nymph.
A dragonfly nymph can take several weeks to several years depending on the species to reach adulthood. The dragonfly nymph will molt several times as it grows.
They begin as an egg, then a nymph and finally, an adult. 1.female dragonfly lays the egg into fresh water 2.egg hatches be dragonfly nymph 3.dragonfly nymph changes into dragonfly 1. Egg 2. Nymph 3. Adult This lifecyle is called an incomplete metamorphosis.
the stage before it transforms into a dragonfly/damselfly
the dragonfly larvae is called a nymph.
A baby, or immature dragonfly is called a nymph. They are considered to be a nymph for only a short time as they become an adult dragonfly very quickly.
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yes it does
A dragonfly nymph lives underwater, and will eat mosquito larvae, and other aquatic insects.
yes. a dragonfly larva is called a nymph
Dragonfly nymphs live in water.
they use their jaws.