Vermont’s largest dragonfly has among the most limited range in the state of any member of its family. Its “range” is difficult to determine because it is known from only a handful of confirmed records. Grand Isle has a few encounters, and the only other record in the state consists of two individuals patrolling in someone’s front yard With peatlands and rivers attracting much attention among odonatists in Vermont, this species may turn up at swamp or other wetland sites with additional investigation.
State: SU, Species of Greatest Conservation Need
June 6 – August 16