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The damselfly may look like it's a Dragonfly but it's not! A Damselfly goes through incomplete metamorphosis. The diet of the damselfly is mosquito larvae and smaller bugs which means it's a carnivore. The way you can tell the difference between a damselfly and a dragonfly is that a damselfly rests it's wings together and a dragonfly rests them spread apart.
Anywhere there is a nice tree or bush to rest on.
If you're going to take a picture of a dragonfly or damselfly it might be blurry because they are very very fast on of the fastest insects on Earth actually.