Next were the dragonflies which hunted them, some with wingspreads as wide as two feet.
The walls were lined thickly with gaudy butterflies, dragonflies, and moths.
Half a dozen airplanes circled like dragonflies up there in the blue.
Butterflies were scarce, but dragonflies darted along like sparks of fire.
Aaron sprung from his seat, and made his salaam, and the Dragonflies bundled out of the cabin again.
In that mass of buzzing flies even the most voracious appetite must be sated, but the dragonflies kept on.
MacDonald's face was flushed and his eyes snapped like dragonflies as he pointed to a tiny button.
Then the lizard-birds, hunting the dragonflies and anything else that could he nipped without fighting back.
The dragonflies, by the way, were well worth looking at; indeed, they divided my interest with the birds.
Butterflies are continually crossing the ship, and dragonflies and great wasps and hornets are hawking over us.