The answers look good.[img]http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/misc/eastern_dobsonfly05.jpg[/img] 1. What is the common name of this species? 2. Is the organism above male or female. How can you tell? 3. Do adult males or adult females live longer? 4. How does light pollution impact this organism?Just a thought, could we steer clear of having 4 questions only about ID? This is not an ID event, there is a whole other part of it, plus there are many division B competitors here that don't have or need extra information about the organisms, so this doesn't benefit them.1. Dobsonfly 2. Male, longer antennae and generally bigger 3. Females 4. Dobsonflies are strongly attracted to light *insert moth meme lol* so light pollution could disrupt their activities
And I don't see why not. I had just finalized the info for the dobsonfly on my cheat sheet, so I wasn't really thinking about the other sections at the moment. My bad!