Range & Habitat:
Has been recorded from most northern counties. There
are old records from Burlington and Camden.
Boggy and marshy ponds and lakes, beaver ponds and other
Our commonest Whiteface, mature males are readily identified
by the black body with a white or yellow spot on S7.
Tenerals and females are brown with a row of pointy yellow
spots on the abdomen. Usually the spot on S7 is truncated
into a trapezoid. Hudsonian Whiteface
is usually smaller but can be very similar.
Conservation Status:State: S4S5 - Apparently to demonstrably secure in New Jersey
Global: G5 - Secure globally, but possibly rare in parts of its range
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