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 n.— «Andy Paulios, Wisconsin Bird Conservation Initiative coordinator for the Department of Natural Resources, and Bill Smith, conservation biologist in the DNR’s Bureau of Endangered Resources, provided basic information on the Order Odonata, or dragonflies. Those who are interested in and appreciative of dragonflies are fondly known as “odors” or “odonaters.”» —“Summer excursion opens eyes to dragonflies” by Tim Eisele in Spring Green Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin) June 27, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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