Ischnura hastata (Citrine Forktail)Has an odd history in the state with no convincing records until 2004, when a single individual was found along the edge of a small pond in southeastern Vermont. Within a week, the species was found at a location in southwestern Vermont and in the Champlain Islands, but has not been found since. This probably indicates a species that may be dispersed into Vermont under certain weather conditions but does not breed here. It is possible that dispersing individuals may establish residential populations in the future.

conservation Status 

State: SNA
Global: G5

Flight Period

August 5 – August 11

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Vermont Distribution