Sympetrum obtrusum (White-faced Meadowhawk)Found primarily in the northern part of Vermont. The more southerly records are often associated with higher elevations. Compared to Cherry-faced Meadowhawk (S. internum), more likely to be found associated with bogs and ponds than marshes and meadows. The bright white face on this species can be quite distinctive at times.

Conservation Status

State: S5
Global: G5

Flight Period

June 5 – October 2

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Vermont Distribution