Stylurus spiniceps (Arrow Clubtail)Another sand and silt river species less likely to be found on or near the lower elevation fringes of Vermont. Encountered along the Connecticut River, the Poultney River and the Winooski and Missisquoi Rivers within the Champlain Valley. Arrow Clubtail and Zebra Clubtail have been found together at only a few sites. Hunt et al. reported a pattern in the Connecticut River that, unlike Zebra Clubtail, increased in abundance from north to south. Records from larvae and exuviae are more common than adult records.

Conservation Status

State: S3S4
Global: G5

Flight Period

June 23 – October 2

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Vermont Distribution