Williamsonia fletcheri (Ebony Boghaunter)Known from about a half-dozen sites in Vermont, generally fens under conservation protections. Conditions at each site vary slightly, with one, a gramminoid fen, having a bog pond and another with little in the way of open water. Additional sites for this species may yet be discovered. One strategy for finding W. fletcheri is to look for adults in sunny woodland openings near the peatland. An addendum to this species: Moderate effort has been devoted to locating its congener, RInged Boghaunter (W. lintneri), in Vermont without success.

Conservation Status

State: S1S2, Species of Greatest Conservation Need
Global: G4

Flight Period

May 9 – July 3

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Vermont Distribution