Vesper Bluet (Enallagma vesperum)Widely scattered in lakes and ponds with lilies across Vermont. While it has been found in nearly every biophysical region, including along the Connecticut River, it is less common at higher elevations. The scattered nature of the records may well reflect the relative inactivity of this species during the part of the day when observers are most active.

Conservation Status

State: S4
Global: G4

Flight Period

June 16 – September 16

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Vermont Distribution