Our only record of this species is an adult female that was technically taken in New Hampshire (Hunt et al., 2010) since NH claims the entire Connecticut river separating the two states. However, anyone looking at a map would call this a Vermont record. Indeed, its occurrence may represent a population from Vermont streams emptying into the Connecticut River near this point. Certainly the location makes an investigation of the surroundings in both states a priority for the future.
Insufficient data (August 13)