Ladona julia (Chalk-fronted Cokrporal)Can be extremely abundant at its favored sites throughout the state. Vermont is loaded with bog and acidic ponds, where L. julia thrives, making it arguably the most widespread and abundant spring Anisoptera species in the state. Among the few regions where it is not widespread and abundant is Windham County in southeastern Vermont and portions of the Champlain Valley, perhaps owing to a relative scarcity of acidic ponds in those regions.

Status: G5 N5 S5

Flight Period: May 17 – August 11

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