Not as hard to find as S. danae, but difficult to predict where it may occur. Not recorded in the Southern Green Mountains or the Southern Piedmont, but widely distributed in the Taconic Mountains and the Vermont Valley. Not widespread in the Champlain Valley, but has been recorded a number of times on the islands of Lake Champlain. Within the Northern Piedmont, it is concentrated in the region of boggy ponds and lakes.
Status: G5 N5 S4S5
Flight Period: June 28 – October 15