Range & Habitat:
First recorded in New Jersey in 1967, it has extended its
range from the southwest and is now reported from New England.
It occurs throughout north Jersey and has been recorded in
Cumberland County as well.
One of our largest damselflies, it is readily recognized by
its spreadwing posture, size and the bold yellow stripe on the
side of the thorax.
Conservation Status:State: S3 - Rare in New Jersey
Global: G5 - Secure globally, but possibly rare in parts of its range
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