Argia apicalis (Blue-fronted Dander)A species more common south of Vermont, it was first recorded in the state in 2002. Early records are from near southern borders, with a more recent record showing presence further north along the shores of Lake Champlain near Burlington. National distribution maps show Vermont at the northern edge of the species range. All sites are in low elevation, slow flowing, silty rivers.

Conservation Status

State: S3, Species of Greatest Conservation Need
Global: G5

Flight Period

July 7- August 18

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Vermont Distribution