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Gomphidae - Clubtails

 

Classification

 Kingdom: Animalia
 Phylum: Arthropoda
 Subphylum: Hexapoda
 Class: Insecta
 Order: Odonata
 Family: Gomphidae

Russet-tipped clubtailMost of the species in this family are found sitting on rocks or logs near fast moving rivers and streams. They move from resting place to resting place and snatch up any prey they find along the way. Some species are found near ponds and slow moving water sources.

Clubtail's get their name from the bulge that many species have at the end of their abdomen that makes the abdomen look a little like a club. The bulge is usually larger in males.

Unlike most species of dragonflies, the clubtail's eyes are widely separated. Clubtails are usually between 1.5-2.5 inches in length. Most species are black with yellow or green markings. Most clubtail species spend up to three years as nymphs. There are around 900 species in this family.

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World Status Key
Least ConcernLeast Concern Near ThreatenedNear Threatened VulnerableVulnerable EndangeredEndangered Critically EndangeredCritically Endangered extinct in the wildExtinct in Wild extinctExtinct Not Enough DataNot Enough Data
Status and range is taken from ICUN Redlist.

U.S. Status Key
Threatened in US Threatened in US Endangered in US Endangered in US Introduced Introduced
Status taken from US Fish and Wildlife. Click on U.S. status icon to go to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife species profile.
  New Hampshire Status Key
Threatened in New Hampshire Threatened in NH Endangered in NH Endangered in NH Breeds in NH Breeds in NH (birds)
Status taken from NH Fish and Game

Location Key
Africa Africa Asia Asia Australia Australia/Oceania Europe Europe North America North America South America South America New Hampshire Species NH More Info Click for More Info picture Click for Image

New Hampshire Species

 

North American Species

Lilypad Clubtail - Arigomphus furcifer North America New Hampshire Species  image More Info
Unicorn Clubtail - Arigomphus villosipes North America New Hampshire Species image More Info
Black-shouldered Spinyleg-Dromogomphus spinosus Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species image More Info
Spine-crowned Clubtail - Gomphus abbreviatus  Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species More Info
Mustached Clubtail - Gomphus adelphus North America New Hampshire Species More Info
Beaverpond Clubtail - Gomphus borealis North America New Hampshire Species More Info
Harpoon Clubtail - Gomphus descriptus North America  New Hampshire Species image More Info
Lancet Clubtail - Gomphus exilis  Least Concern  North America  New Hampshire Species image More Info
Ashy Clubtail - Gomphus lividus North America New Hampshire Species image More Info
Rapids Clubtail - Gomphus quadricolor North America New Hampshire Species More Info
Dusky Clubtail - Gomphus spicatus North America  New Hampshire Species More Info
Cobra Clubtail - Gomphus vastus North America  New Hampshire Species image More Info
Skillet Clubtail - Gomphus ventricosus North America  New Hampshire Species More Info
Dragonhunter - Hagenius brevistylus   Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species image More Info
Northern Pygmy Clubtail - Lanthus parvulus North America New Hampshire Species More Info
Southern Pygmy Clubtail - Lanthus vernalis North America  New Hampshire Species More Info
Brook Snaketail - Ophiogomphus aspersus   Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species More Info
Riffle Snaketail - Ophiogomphus carolus North America  New Hampshire Species More Info
Boreal Snaketail - Ophiogomphus colubrinus   Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species More Info
Pygmy Snaketail - Ophiogomphus howei   Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species More Info
Maine Snaketail - Ophiogomphus mainensis North America New Hampshire Species More Info
Rusty Snaketail - Ophiogomphus rupinsulensis North America New Hampshire Species image More Info
Common Sanddragon - Progomphus obscurus North America New Hampshire Species image More Info
Eastern Least Clubtail - Stylogomphus albistylus North America  New Hampshire Species image More Info
Riverine Clubtail - Stylurus amnicola   Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species More Info
Zebra Clubtail - Stylurus scudderi   Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species More Info
Arrow Clubtail - Stylurus spiniceps   Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species More Info

 

Serpent Ringtail - Erpetogomphus lampropeltis   Least Concern North America More Info
Erpetogomphus leptophis  Not Enough Data North America
Dark-shouldered Ringtail - Erpetogomphus liopeltis   Least Concern North America
Erpetogomphus sabaleticus Least Concern North America South America
Erpetogomphus sipedon Least Concern North America
Erpetogomphus tristani Least Concern North America
Erpetogomphus viperinus
Least Concern North America
Banner Clubtail - Gomphus apomyius North America More Info
Clearlake Clubtail - Gomphus australis North America More Info
Sandhill Clubtail - Gomphus cavillaris North America image More Info
Cherokee Clubtail - Gomphus consanguis   Endangered North America More Info
Handsome Clubtail - Gomphus crassus North America More Info
Blackwater Clubtail - Gomphus dilatatus   Least Concern North America More Info
Diminutive Clubtail - Gomphus diminutus   Near Threatened North America More Info
Plains Clubtail - Gomphus externus North America More Info
Midland Clubtail - Gomphus fraternus North America   More Info
Twin-striped Clubtail - Gomphus geminatus   Near Threatened North America More Info
Tamaulipan Clubtail - Gomphus gonzalezi Not Enough Data North America More Info
Pronghorn Clubtail - Gomphus graslinellus North America image More Info
Hodges' Clubtail - Gomphus hodgesi   Near Threatened North America More Info
Cocoa Clubtail - Gomphus hybridus North America More Info
Pacific Clubtail - Gomphus kurilis North America image More Info
Splendid Clubtail - Gomphus lineatifrons  Least Concern North America More Info
Colombia Clubtail - Gomphus lynnae   Endangered North America More Info
Sulphur-tipped Clubtail - Gomphus militaris North America More Info
Gulf Coast Clubtail - Gomphus modestus   Least Concern North America More Info
Cypress Clubtail - Gomphus minutus North America image More Info
Oklahoma Clubtail - Gomphus oklahomensis North America More Info
Ozark Clubtail - Gomphus ozarkensis   Least Concern North America More Info
Piedmont Clubtail - Gomphus parvidens   Least Concern North America More Info
Sable Clubtail - Gomphus rogersi North America More Info
Tennessee Clubtail - Gomphus sandrius  Vulnerable  North America More Info
Septima's Clubtail - Gomphus septima  Least Concern North America  More Info
Green-faced Clubtail - Gomphus viridifrons North America More Info
Westfall’s Clubtail - Gomphus westfalli   Vulnerable  North America More Info
Grappletail - Octogomphus specularis  Least Concern North America More Info
Acuminate Snaketail - Ophiogomphus acuminatus  Near Threatened North America More Info
Extra-striped Snaketail - Ophiogomphus anomalus  Least Concern North America More Info
Arizona Snaketail - Ophiogomphus arizonicus  Least Concern North America More Info
Southern Snaketail - Ophiogomphus australis  Endangered North America More Info
Bison Snaketail - Ophiogomphus bison  Least Concern North America More Info
Edmund's Snaketail - Ophiogomphus edmundo  Endangered North America More Info
Appalachian Snaketail - Ophiogomphus incurvatus   Near Threatened North America More Info
Sinuous Snaketail - Ophiogomphus occidentis   Least Concern North America More Info
St. Croix Snaketail - Ophiogomphus susbehcha   Least Concern North America More Info
Pegtail - Perigomphus pallidistylus  Vulnerable  North America
Ringed Forceptail - Phyllocycla breviphylla  Least Concern North America  More Info
Phyllocycla volsella  Least Concern North America
Five-striped Leaftail - Phyllogomphoides albrighti North America More Info
Four-striped Leaftail - Phyllogomphoides stigmatus   Least Concern North America More Info
Tawny Sanddragon - Progomphus alachuensis North America image More Info
Progomphus amarillus Not Enough Data North America
Belle's Sanddragon - Progomphus bellei   Near Threatened North America More Info
Gray Sanddragon - Progomphus borealis North America image More Info
Progomphus mexicanus Least Concern North America
Progomphus pygmaeus Least Concern North America South America
Ris's Sanddragon - Progomphus risi   Endangered North America
Hispaniolan Sanddragon - Progomphus serenus Not Enough Data North America
Bristle-tipped Sanddargon - Progomphus tennesseni   Endangered North America
Elusive Sanddragon - Progomphus zephyrus   Endangered North America
Brimstone Clubtail - Stylurus intricatus North America   More Info
Shining Clubtail - Stylurus ivae   Least Concern North America More Info
Laura’s Clubtail - Stylurus laurae North America More Info
Elusive Clubtail - Stylurus notatus North America  More Info
Olive Clubtail - Stylurus olivaceus North America More Info
Russet-tipped Clubtail - Stylurus plagiatus   Least Concern North America image More Info
Yellow-sided Clubtail - Stylurus potulentus   Vulnerable North America More Info
Interior Least Clubtail - Stylogomphus sigmastylus North America More Info
Towne's Clubtail - Stylurus townesi  Vulnerable North America More Info

 North American Species

 

Broad-striped Forceptail - Aphylla angustifolia North America More Info
Narrow-striped Forceptail - Aphylla protracta   Least Concern North America More Info
Aphylla tenuis   Least Concern North America South America
Two-striped Forceptail - Aphylla williamsoni   Least Concern  North America image More Info
Horned Clubtail - Arigomphus cornutus North America image More Info
Stillwater Clubtail - Arigomphus lentulus North America More Info
Bayou Clubtail - Arigomphus maxwelli North America More Info
Gray-green Clubtail - Arigomphus pallidus North America image More Info
Jade Clubtail - Arigomphus submedianus North America image More Info
Southeastern Spinyleg - Dromogomphus armatus  Least Concern North America image More Info

Flag-tailed Spinyleg - Dromogomphus spoliatus North America image More Info
Epigomphus armatus  Endangered North America
Humped Knobtail - Epigomphus camelus   Endangered North America
Guatemalan Knobtail - Epigomphus clavatus   Endangered North America
Epigomphus compactus  Not Enough Data North America
Horned Knobtail - Epigomphus corniculatus   Endangered North America
West Mexican Knobtail - Epigomphus crepidus Not Enough Data North America
Donnelly's Knobtail - Epigomphus donnellyi   Endangered North America
Volcano Knobtail - Epigomphus echeverrii   Least Concern North America
Flint's Knobtail - Epigomphus flinti   Endangered North America
Limón Knobtail - Epigomphus houghtoni   Endangered North America
Maya Knobtail - Epigomphus maya   Endangered North America
Paulson's Knobtail - Epigomphus paulsoni   Endangered North America
Epigomphus quadracies  Least Concern North America
Alajuela Knobtail - Epigomphus subsimilis   Endangered North America
Tuxtla Knobtail - Epigomphus sulcatistyla   Endangered North America
Cartago Knobtail - Epigomphus verticicornis   Endangered North America
Westfall's Knobtail - Epigomphus westfalli   Endangered North America More Info
One-striped Ringtail - Erpetogomphus bothrops   Least Concern North America
Knob-tipped Ringtail - Erpetogomphus constrictor   Least Concern North America
Yellow-legged Ringtail - Erpetogomphus crotalinus   Least Concern North America
Eastern Ringtail - Erpetogomphus designatus North America image More Info
Erpetogomphus erici Not Enough Data North America
Dashed Ringtail - Erpetogomphus heterodon Not Enough Data North America
More Info

 

Selected Species Around the World

Southern Dragon - Antipodogomphus acolythus  Least Concern Australia More Info
Top End Dragon - Antipodogomphus dentosus  Vulnerable Australia More Info
Aphylla barbata
  Not Enough Data South America
Aphylla brasiliensis Least Concern South America
Aphylla brevipes Least Concern South America
Aphylla robusta   Not Enough Data South America
Aphylla spinula Not Enough Data South America
Ringed Forceptail - Aphylla theodorina   Least Concern South America
Pale Hunter - Austrogomphus amphiclitus   Least Concern Australia
Murray River Hunter - Austrogomphus angeli Not Enough Data Australia
Black Vicetail - Austrogomphus atratus Not Enough Data Australia
Northern River Hunter - Austrogomphus doddi Not Enough Data Australia
Yellow-striped Hunter - Austrogomphus guerini Australia image More Info
Jade Hunter - Austrogomphus ochraceus   Least Concern Australia image More Info
Tiny Hunter - Austrogomphus pusillus Not Enough Data Australia
Common Thorntail - Ceratogomphus pictus   Least Concern Africa image
Cape Thorntail - Ceratogomphus triceraticus  Vulnerable Africa More Info
Crenigomphus abyssinicus  Vulnerable Africa
Horned Talontail - Crenigomphus cornutus   Least Concern Africa
Crenigomphus denticulatus  Vulnerable Africa
Kavango Talontail - Crenigomphus kavangoensis   Least Concern Africa
Hartmann's Talontail - Crenigomphus hartmanni   Least Concern Africa image
Crenigomphus renei  Least Concern Africa
Syrandiri Clubtail - Davidioides martini Not Enough Data Asia
Epigomphus paludosus  Least Concern South America
Gomphidia abbotti Least Concern Asia
Gomphidia bredoi Least Concern Africa
Gomphidia confluens Least Concern Asia
Gomphidia fletcheri Not Enough Data Asia
Gomphidia gamblesi Least Concern Africa

Chinese Tiger - Gomphidia kelloggi   Endangered Asia
Gomphidia kodaguensis Not Enough Data Asia image
Gomphidia kruegeri Least Concern Asia
Gomphidia leonorae Not Enough Data Asia
Gomphidia maclachlani Least Concern Asia

Rivulet Tiger - Gomphidia pearsoni   Endangered Asia
Quarre's Tiger - Gomphidia quarrei   Least Concern Africa image
Gomphidia t-nigrum Least Concern Asia
Gomphidia williamsoni Not Enough Data Asia

Levant Clubtail - Gomphus davidi   Least Concern Asia
Pronged Clubtail - Gomphus graslinii   Near Threatened Europe image More Info
Algerian Clubtail - Gomphus lucasii Vulnerable Africa More Info
Western Clubtail - Gomphus pulchellus   Least Concern Europe image
Turkish Clubtail - Gomphus schneiderii Least Concern Asia image
Yellow Club-tailed Dragonfly - Gomphus simillimus Europe image More Info
Common Clubtail - Gomphus vulgatissimus Least Concern  Europe image More Info
Sri Lanka Grappletail - Heliogomphus ceylonicus Critically Endangered Asia
Wallum Vicetail - Hemigomphus cooloola  Australia More Info
Southern Vicetail -
Hemigomphus gouldii Australia image More Info
Wall's Grappletail - Heliogomphus walli   Near Threatened Asia
Kakadu Vicetail - Hemigomphus magela   Vulnerable Australia
Rainforest Vicetail - Hemigomphus theischingeri   Least Concern Australia More Info

Ictinogomphus acutus  Near Threatened Asia
Ictinogomphus angulosus  Least Concern Asia
Australian Tiger - Ictinogomphus australis Australia image More Info
Ictinogomphus celebensis Not Enough Data Asia
Ictinogomphus decoratus Least Concern Asia
Ictinogomphus distinctus Not Enough Data Asia

Swamp Tigertail - Ictinogomphus dundoensis  Least Concern Africa
Common Tigertail - Ictinogomphus ferox   Least Concern  Africa image More Info
Ictinogomphus fraseri   Least Concern Africa
Ictinogomphus kishori   Not Enough Data Asia
Ictinogomphus pertinax Least Concern Asia image
Indian Common Clubtail - Ictinogomphus rapax Least Concern Asia image More Info
Ictinogomphus regisalberti Least Concern Africa
Ictinogomphus tenax Least Concern Asia

Lestinogomphus africanus  Not Enough Data Africa
Common Fairytail - Lestinogomphus angustus  Least Concern Africa
Lestinogomphus bivittatus  Not Enough Data Africa
Lestinogomphus congoensis  Least Concern Africa
Lestinogomphus matilei  Least Concern Africa
Lestinogomphus minutus  Not Enough Data Africa
Lestinogomphus silkeae  Not Enough Data Africa
Bladetail -Lindenia tetraphylla Least Concern Asia Europe image More Info
Nepogomphoides stuhlmanni Vulnerable Africa More Info
Neurogomphus agilis Not Enough Data Africa    
Neurogomphus alius Least Concern Africa
 Neurogomphus angustisigna Not Enough Data Africa    
Neurogomphus carlcooki Not Enough Data Africa    
Neurogomphus chapini Least Concern Africa
Kocytos Siphontail - Neurogomphus cocytius Not Enough Data Africa    
Neurogomphus dissimilis Least Concern Africa
Neurogomphus featheri Least Concern Africa
Neurogomphus fuscifrons Least Concern Africa
Neurogomphus martininus Least Concern Africa
Neurogomphus paenuelensis Not Enough Data Africa    
Neurogomphus pallidus Near Threatened Africa
Neurogomphus pinheyi Not Enough Data Africa    
Neurogomphus uelensis Least Concern Africa
Neurogomphus vicinus Not Enough Data Africa    
Neurogomphus wittei Least Concern Africa

Zambezi Siphontail - Neurogomphus zambeziensis  Least Concern Africa
Notogomphus cottarellii Endangered Africa More Info
Notogomphus dendrohyrax Least Concern Africa
Notogomphus dorsalis Least Concern Africa
Notogomphus flavifrons Not Enough Data Africa    
Notogomphus kilimandjaricus Least Concern Africa
Notogomphus lecythus Least Concern Africa

Leroy’s Longlegs - Notogomphus leroyi   Least Concern Africa
Notogomphus lujai Least Concern Africa
Maathai’s Longleg - Notogomphus maathaiae Endangered Africa More Info
Notogomphus maryae Not Enough Data Africa    
Notogomphus moorei Least Concern Africa

Southern Yellowjack - Notogomphus praetorius  Least Concern Africa image
Notogomphus ruppeli Endangered Africa More Info
 Notogomphus spinosus Least Concern Africa
Notogomphus zernyi Least Concern Africa

Onychogomphus annularis  Not Enough Data Asia
Dark Pincertail - Onychogomphus assimilis  Vulnerable Asia More Info
Onychogomphus banteng Not Enough Data Asia

 

Onychogomphus cacharicus   Not Enough Data Asia
Onychogomphus castor Not Enough Data Asia
Onychogomphus cerastis Not Enough Data Asia

Faded Pincertail - Onychogomphus costae   Near Threatened Africa Europe More Info
Waved Pincertail - Onychogomphus flexuosus Vulnerable Asia
Green-eyed Hooktail - Onychogomphus forcipatus Least Concern Africa Asia Europe image
Onychogomphus geometricus Not Enough Data Asia
Onychogomphus grammicus Not Enough Data Asia
Onychogomphus kerri Not Enough Data Asia
Onychogomphus kitchingmani Not Enough Data Africa
Pale Pincertail - Onychogomphus lefebvrii   Least Concern Asia
Onychogomphus maclachlani  Not Enough Data Africa
Levant Pincertail - Onychogomphus macrodon Vulnerable  Asia More Info
Onychogomphus maculivertex Not enough data Asia
Onychogomphus malabarensis Not Enough Data Asia
Onychogomphus meghalayanus Not Enough Data Asia
Onychogomphus nigrotibialis Not Enough Data Africa
Onychogomphus nilgiriensis Least Concern Asia
Onychogomphus pilosus Not Enough Data Africa
Onychogomphus rappardi Not Enough Data Asia
Onychogomphus risi Not Enough Data Asia
Onychogomphus rossii Not Enough Data Africa
Onychogomphus saundersii Not Enough Data Asia
Onychogomphus schmidti Least Concern Asia
Onychogomphus seydeli Least Concern Africa
Onychogomphus striatus Not Enough Data Asia
Onychogomphus styx Least Concern Africa
Gorge Claspertail - Onychogomphus supinus  Least Concern Africa image
Onychogomphus treadawayi Near Threatened Asia
Paragomphus abnormis
Least Concern Africa
Paragomphus acuminatus Least Concern Africa
Paragomphus alluaudi Least Concern Africa
Paragomphus aureatus Not Enough Data Africa
Paragomphus bredoi Least Concern Africa
Paragomphus capitatus Least Concern Asia
Paragomphus capricornis Least Concern Asia
Cataract Hooktail - Paragomphus cataractae   Near Threatened Africa
Rock Hooktail - Paragomphus cognatus   Least Concern Africa image
Ethiopian Hooktail -Paragomphus crenigomphoides Not Enough Data AfricaParagomphus echinoccipitalis Not Enough Data Asia
Corkscrew Hooktail - Paragomphus elpidius   Least Concern Africa image
Paragomphus frontalis Not Enough Data Asia
Green Hooktail - Paragomphus genei   Least Concern Africa Europe image
Brook Hooktail - Paragomphus henryi   Near Threatened Asia
Paragomphus hoffmanni Not Enough Data Asia
Paragomphus interruptus Not Enough Data Africa
Kiauta's Hooktail - Paragomphus kiautai  Not Enough Data Africa
Paragomphus lacustris Least Concern Africa
Paragomphus lindgreni Not Enough Data Asia
Lined Hooktail - Paragomphus lineatus   Least Concern Asia image
Forest Hooktail - Paragomphus machadoi Not Enough Data Africa
Paragomphus magnus Least Concern Africa
Paragomphus maynei Not Enough Data Africa
Paragomphus nigroviridis Least Concern Africa
Paragomphus nyasicus Least Concern Africa
Paragomphus pardalinus Least Concern Asia
Small Hooktail - Paragomphus pumilio   Least Concern Africa
Paragomphus risi Not Enough Data Asia
Clubbed Hooktail - Paragomphus sabicus   Least Concern Africa image
Paragomphus serrulatus Least Concern Africa
Sinai Hooktail - Paragomphus sinaiticus  Near Threatened Africa Asia  image More Info
Paragomphus tachyerges Vulnerable Asia
Tournier's Hooktail - Paragomphus tournieri Not Enough Data Africa
Paragomphus viridior Least Concern Africa
Paragomphus zambeziensis Not Enough Data Africa
Phyllocycla baria  Not Enough Data South America
Phyllocycla basidenta  Least Concern South America
Phyllocycla gladiata  Not Enough Data South America
Malkin's Forceptail - Phyllocycla malkini Not Enough Data South America
Phyllocycla pallida  Not Enough Data South America
Phyllocycla sordida  Not Enough Data South America
Phyllocycla viridipleuris  Least Concern South America

Phyllogomphus aethiops  Least Concern Africa
Phyllogomphus annulus  Least Concern Africa
Phyllogomphus bartolozzii  Not Enough Data Africa
Phyllogomphus coloratus  Least Concern Africa
Phyllogomphus helenae  Not Enough Data Africa
Phyllogomphus moundi  Least Concern Africa
Phyllogomphus occidentalis  Not Enough Data Africa
Phyllogomphus pseudoccidentalis  Least Concern Africa

Crowned Leaftail - Phyllogomphus schoutedeni Least Concern Africa
Southern Leaftail - Phyllogomphus selysi  Least Concern Africa
Progomphus adaptatus Not Enough Data South America
Progomphus amazonicus Not Enough Data South America
Progomphus angeloi Not Enough Data South America
Bolivian Sanddragon - Progomphus boliviensis   Least Concern South America
Progomphus brachycnemis Least Concern South America
Progomphus complicatus Least Concern South America
Progomphus conjectus Not Enough Data South America
Progomphus costalis Least Concern South America
Progomphus herrerae Least Concern South America
Progomphus incurvatus Least Concern South America
Progomphus intricatus Least Concern South America
Progomphus kimminsi Near Threatened South America More Info
Progomphus maculatus Not Enough Data South America
Progomphus nigellus Not Enough Data South America
Progomphus occidentalis Not Enough Data South America
Progomphus phyllochromus Least Concern South America
Progomphus pijpersi Least Concern South America
Progomphus recurvatus Not Enough Data South America
Progomphus tantillus Not Enough Data South America
Sieboldius albardae Asia image
Small Dragonhunter - Sieboldius alexanderi Not Enough Data Asia
Sieboldius deflexus  Least Concern Asia
Sieboldius gigas  Not Enough Data Asia
Sieboldius japponicus  Least Concern Asia
Sieboldius nigricolor  Not Enough Data Asia

Golden Flangetail - Sinictinogomphus clavatus   Least Concern Asia image
More Info

Additional Information

Key: profile Profile Photos Photos Video Video Audio Audio New Hampshire Species NH Species

Acuminate Snaketail  - Ophiogomphus acuminatus Photos  Near Threatened North America
The acuminate snaketail is found in Alabama and Tennessee.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Algerian Clubtail - Gomphus lucasii profile Photos Vulnerable Africa
The Algerian clubtail is found in Algeria and Tunisia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Appalachian Snaketail - Ophiogomphus incurvatus Photos Near Threatened North America
The Appalachian snaketail is found in Alabama, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Appalachian Snaketail - Ophiogomphus incurvatus profile Photos  Near Threatened North America
The Appalachian snaketail is found near clear streams with sand or gravel bottoms.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Arizona Snaketail - Ophiogomphus arizonicus profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Arizona Snaketail is found in Arizona and New Mexico.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Arizona Snaketail - Ophiogomphus arizonicus profile Photos  Least Concern North America
The Arizona snaketail is foundnear desert streams.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Arrow Clubtail - Stylurus spiniceps profile Photos  Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The arrow clubtail is found in the northeastern United States south to Kentucky and Tennessee.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Arrow Clubtail - Stylurus spiniceps profile Photos  Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The arrow clubtail is 2.2 to 2.7 inches in length.
Source: Wisconsin Odonata Survey Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Ashy Clubtail - Gomphus lividus profile Photos Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The ashy clubtail is found in the eastern U.S. and Canada from Ontario south to Florida and Texas. In New Hampshire, it is found south of the White Mountains in the spring.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Ashy Clubtail - Gomphus lividus profile Photos Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The ashy clubtail is found near gently flowing steams or on lakeshores. They are sometimes found at trout streams.
Source: Wisconsin Odonata Survey Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Australian Tiger - Ictinogomphus australis profile Photos Australia
The Australian tiger is found in Australia.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Banner Clubtail - Gomphus apomyius profile Photos North America
The banner clubtail is found from New Jersey to Texas.
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Banner Clubtail - Gomphus apomyius profile Photos North America
The banner clubtail is found near small, shaded streams with loose flowing sand.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Banner Clubtail - Gomphus apomyius profile Photos North America
The banner clubtail is around 1.5 inches in length.
Source: Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Bayou Clubtail - Arigomphus maxwelli profile Photos North America
The bayou clubtail is found in the southeastern U.S. from Florida to Texas.
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Bayou Clubtail - Arigomphus maxwelli profile North America
The bayou clubtail is found in ditches, bayous, and semi-permanent lakes and ponds with muddy bottoms.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Beaverpond Clubtail - Gomphus borealis Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The beaverpond clubtail is found in northeastern North America from Ontario to Nova Scotia and south through the Appalachian region to North Carolina. It is found across New Hampshire.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Beaverpond Clubtail - Gomphus borealis Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The beaverpond clubtail is found at beaver-created wetlands.
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Beaverpond Clubtail - Gomphus borealis profile Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The beaverpond clubtail is around 1.9 inches in length.
Source: Massachusetts Division of Fish and Wildlife Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Belle's Sanddragon - Progomphus bellei Photos Near Threatened North America
Belle's sanddragon is found in Alabama, Florida, and North Carolina.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Belle's Sanddragon - Progomphus bellei profile Photos  Near Threatened North America
Belle's sanddragon is black and yellow.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Bison Snaketail - Ophiogomphus bison profile Photos  Least Concern North America
The bison snaketail is found in California and Oregon.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Black-shouldered Spinyleg - Dromogomphus spinosus profile Photos Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The black-shouldered spinyleg is found in the eastern U.S. and southeastern Canada. It is found across New Hampshire.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Black-shouldered Spinyleg - Dromogomphus spinosus profile Photos Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The black-shouldered spinyleg is found around rivers, streams, and small lakes with sandy or muddy bottoms.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Black-shouldered Spinyleg - Dromogomphus spinosus profile Photos Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The black-shouldered spinyleg gets its name from the long spines on its back legs.
Source: Wisconsin Odonata Survey Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Blackwater Clubtail - Gomphus dilatatus profile Photos Least Concern North America
The blackwater clubtail is found in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
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Bladetail -Lindenia tetraphylla profile Photos Least Concern Asia Europe
The bladetail is found from Central Asia to Afghanistan and western Pakistan to the western Mediterranean.
The blackwater clubtail is found in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Blue-faced Ringtail - Erpetogomphus eutainia profile Photos North America
The blue-faced clubtail is found in from central Texas south through Mexico to Costa Rica.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Boreal Snaketail - Ophiogomphus colubrinus Photos  Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species
The boreal snaketail is found across Canada and in Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York, and Wisconsin. In New Hampshire it is found north of the White Mountains, but it is restricted to large rivers.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Boreal Snaketail - Ophiogomphus colubrinus profile Photos  Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species
The boreal snaketail is 1.6 to 1.9 inches in length.
Source: Wisconsin Odonata Survey Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Boreal Snaketail - Ophiogomphus colubrinus profile Photos  Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species
The boreal snaketail is found near rapid streams and rivers.
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Brimstone Clubtail - Stylurus intricatus profile Photos North America
The brimstone clubtail is found in the western U.S. and Canada and in the central Great Plains.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Broad-striped Forceptail - Aphylla angustifolia profile Photos North America
The broad-striped is found from Texas to Mississippi south through Mexico to Belize and Guatemala.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Broad-striped Forceptail - Aphylla angustifolia profile Photos North America
The broad-striped is found near lakes, ponds, and stream pools with muddy bottoms.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Brook Snaketail - Ophiogomphus aspersus Photos  Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species
The brook snaketail is found in Connecticut, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Virginia in the U.S. and in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Quebec in Canada. It is found across New Hampshire.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Brook Snaketail - Ophiogomphus aspersus profile Photos  Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species
The brook snaketail is found near clear brooks and streams.
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Brook Snaketail - Ophiogomphus aspersus profile Photos  Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species
The brook snaketail's flight season can stretch from late May to August.
Source: Massachusetts Division of Fish and Wildlife Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Cape Thorntail - Ceratogomphus triceraticus profile Photos Vulnerable Africa
The Cape thorntail is found in South Africa.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cherokee Clubtail - Gomphus consanguis Photos Endangered North America
The Cherokee clubtail is found in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cherokee Clubtail - Gomphus consanguis Photos  Endangered North America
The Cherokee clubtail is found near rivers.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Cherokee Clubtail - Gomphus consanguis Photos  Endangered North America
The Cherokee clubtail is threatened by habitat loss and agricultural pollution.
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Clearlake Clubtail - Gomphus australis profile Photos North America
The clearlake clubtail is found in the southeastern U.S.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Cobra Clubtail - Gomphus vastus profile Photos North America  New Hampshire Species
The cobra clubtail is found in the eastern United States and southeastern Canada. In New Hampshire, it is found south of the White Mountains, but it is restricted to large rivers.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Cobra Clubtail - Gomphus vastus profile Photos North America  New Hampshire Species
The cobra clubtail has a  pale green face is with black stripes.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Cobra Clubtail - Gomphus vastus profile Photos North America  New Hampshire Species
The cobra clubtail is 1.8 to 2.2 inches in length.
Source: Wisconsin Odonata Survey Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Cocoa Clubtail - Gomphus hybridus profile Photos North America
The cocoa clubtail is found in the southeastern U.S.
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Cocoa Clubtail - Gomphus hybridus profile Photos North America
The cocoa clubtail is usually found in large rivers with moderate currents and sandy bottoms.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Colombia Clubtail - Gomphus lynnae Photos Endangered North America
The Colombia clubtail is threatened by habitat loss.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Colombia Clubtail - Gomphus lynnae Photos Endangered North America
The Colombia clubtail is found in Oregon and Washington.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Colombia Clubtail - Gomphus lynnae profile Photos  Endangered North America
The Colombia clubtail is found in open rivers with mud and gravel among rocks.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Common Clubtail - Gomphus vulgatissimus profile Photos Least Concern  Europe
The common clubtail is found across much of Europe.
Source: British Dragonfly Society Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Common Sanddragon - Progomphus obscurus profile Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The common sanddragon is found in the southern Great Plains and eastern U.S. In New Hampshire, it is primarily found south of the White Mountains.
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Common Sanddragon - Progomphus obscurus profile Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The common sanddragon is found on sand bars in small streams and the shallows of wide lakes, sand-bottomed streams and rivers, and sand-bottomed lakes.
Source: Wisconsin Odonata Survey Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Cypress Clubtail - Gomphus minutus profile Photos North America
The cypress clubtail is found in the southeastern U.S.
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Dark Pincertail - Onychogomphus assimilis profile Photos Video Vulnerable Asia
The dark pincertail is found in Armenia, Georgia, Iran, Turkey, and Turkmenistan.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Dashed Ringtail - Erpetogomphus heterodon profile Photos Not Enough Data North America
The dashed ringtail is found in the southwestern U.S. and Chihuahua, Mexico.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Diminutive Clubtail - Gomphus diminutus profile Photos   Near Threatened North America
The diminutive clubtail is found in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Dragonhunter - Hagenius brevistylus Photos Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species
The dragonhunter is found from Manitoba and Nova Scotia south to Texas and Florida. It is found across New Hampshire.
Source: BioKids Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Elementary School Teacher Section: No

Dragonhunter - Hagenius brevistylus profile Photos Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species
The dragonhunter is the largest of the North American clubtail dragonflies .
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Dragonhunter - Hagenius brevistylus profile Photos  Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species
The dragonhunter is usually found near streams and rivers with moderate to fast flowing water.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Dragonhunter - Hagenius brevistylus profile Photos  Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species
The dragonhunter is 2.9-3.5 inches in length.
Source: Wisconsin Odonata Survey Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Dragonhunter - Hagenius brevistylus profile Photos  Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species
The dragonhunter has a big abdomen and a small head.
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Dragonhunter - Hagenius brevistylus profile Photos  Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species
The dragonhunter has long legs.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: Yes

Dusky Clubtail - Gomphus spicatus Photos North America  New Hampshire Species
The dusky clubtail is found in eastern Canada and the eastern U.S. It is found across New Hampshire.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Dusky Clubtail - Gomphus spicatus profile Photos North America  New Hampshire Species
The adult dusky clubtail is active from April to late July.
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Dusky Clubtail - Gomphus spicatus Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The dusky clubtail is found from Minnesota, Quebec, and Nova Scotia south to Wisconsin, Ohio and New Jersey.
Source: BioKids Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Elementary School Teacher Section: No

Eastern Least Clubtail - Stylogomphus albistylus Photos North America  New Hampshire Species
The eastern least clubtail is found in the eastern U.S. west to Minnesota and Wisconsin and south to Georgia and Alabama. It is also found in Canada.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Eastern Least Clubtail - Stylogomphus albistylus profile Photos North America  New Hampshire Species
The eastern least clubtail is found across New Hampshire.
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Eastern Least Clubtail - Stylogomphus albistylus profile Photos North America  New Hampshire Species
The eastern least clubtail is 1.2 to 1.4 inches in length.
Source: Wisconsin Odonata Survey Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Eastern Ringtail - Erpetogomphus designatus profile Photos North America
The eastern ringtail is found in much of the eastern U.S. from Maryland south to Florida and west to Texas.
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Eastern Ringtail - Erpetogomphus designatus profile Photos North America
The eastern ringtail is found near clear streams and rivers.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Edmund's Snaketail - Ophiogomphus edmundo Photos  Endangered North America
Edmund's snaketail is found in the southern Blue Ridge region of Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Edmund's Snaketail - Ophiogomphus edmundo profile Photos  Endangered North America
Edmund's snaketail is 1.7 to 1.9 inches in length.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Edmund's Snaketail - Ophiogomphus edmund profile Photos  Endangered North America
Edmund's snaketail has a bright green thorax.
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Elusive Clubtail - Stylurus notatus profile Photos North America 
The elusive clubtail is found from Ontario to Tennessee.
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Elusive Clubtail - Stylurus notatus profile Photos North America 
The elusive clubtail is usually found near large rivers and large lakes with sandy bottoms.
Source: Wisconsin Odonata Survey Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Extra-striped Snaketail - Ophiogomphus anomalus profile Photos  Least Concern North America
The extra-striped snaketail is found from Manitoba, Canada east to Nova Scotia, Canada and Maine and south to Minnesota, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. It is not currently found in New Hampshire, but it is likely it will be at some point based on its current distribution.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Extra-striped Snaketail - Ophiogomphus anomalus profile Photos  Least Concern North America
The extra-striped snaketail is usually found near medium to large rivers that are clear and fast-moving.
Source: Wisconsin Odonata Survey Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Extra-striped Snaketail - Ophiogomphus anomalus profile Photos  Least Concern North America
The extra-striped snaketail is around 1.7 inches in length.
Source: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Faded Pincertail - Onychogomphus costae profile Photos Near Threatened Africa Europe
The faded pincertail is found in Algeria, Morocco, Portugal, Spain, and Tunisia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Five-striped Leaftail - Phyllogomphoides albrighti profile Photos North America
The five-striped leaftail is found in New Mexico, Texas, and Northern Mexico.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Flag-tailed Spinyleg - Dromogomphus spoliatus profile Photos North America
The flag-tailed spinyleg is found in the mid west and south-central U.S. it is also found in Canada and Mexico.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Flag-tailed Spinyleg - Dromogomphus spoliatus profile Photos North America
The flag-tailed spinyleg is found near small streams.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Four-striped Leaftail - Phyllogomphoides stigmatus profile Photos Least Concern North America
The four-striped leaftail is found in the southwestern U.S. and northeastern Mexico.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Four-striped Leaftail - Phyllogomphoides stigmatus profile Photos Least Concern North America
The four-striped leaftail is found near ponds and streams.
Source: Odonata Central-Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Golden Flangetail - Sinictinogomphus clavatus Photos Least Concern Asia
The golden flangetail is found in China, North and South Korea, Macao, Myanmar, Nepal, Russia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Grappletail - Octogomphus specularis profile Photos   Least Concern North America
The grappletail is found from British Columbia in Canada south through Washington and Oregon into southern California.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Gray Sanddragon - Progomphus borealis profile Photos North America
The gray sanddragon is found in the southwestern U.S. and Mexico.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Gray-green Clubtail - Arigomphus pallidus profile Photos North America
The gray-green clubtail is found in the southeastern U.S.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Great Basin Snaketail - Ophiogomphus morrisoni profile Photos North America
The great basin snaketail is found in Northern California, Oregon, and Nevada.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Green-faced Clubtail - Gomphus viridifrons profile Photos North America
The green-faced clubtail is found in from New York south to Alabama and Georgia and west to Pennsylvania, and Ohio and northwest into Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Gulf Coast Clubtail - Gomphus modestus profile Photos  Least Concern North America
The Gulf Coast clubtail is found in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Hodges' Clubtail - Gomphus hodgesi profile Photos  Near Threatened North America
Hodge's clubtail is found in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Handsome Clubtail - Gomphus crassus profile Photos North America
The handsome clubtail is found from Ohio to Alabama.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Harpoon Clubtail - Gomphus descriptus profile Photos  North America  New Hampshire Species
The harpoon clubtail is found from Nova Scotia west to Ontario and south to Kentucky and North Carolina. It is found across New Hampshire.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Harpoon Clubtail - Gomphus descriptus profile Photos  North America  New Hampshire Species
The harpoon clubtail is found near clear cold streams.
Source: Massachusetts Division of Fish and Wildlife Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Horned Clubtail - Arigomphus cornutus profile Photos North America
The horned clubtail is found in the northern Midwest and parts of Canada.
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Horned Clubtail - Arigomphus cornutus profile Photos North America
The horned clubtail is found near bog-edged ponds, small marshy lakes, slow streams, and rivers.
Source: Wisconsin Odonata Survey Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Indian Common Clubtail - Ictinogomphus rapax profile Photos Least Concern Asia
The Indian common clubtail is found in Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Source: Odonata of India Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Interior Least Clubtail - Stylogomphus sigmastylus profile Photos North America
The interior least clubtail is found in Kentucky and Tennessee west to eastern Oklahoma.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Jade Clubtail - Arigomphus submedianus profile Photos North America
The jade clubtail is found in the mid section of the U.S.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Jade Clubtail - Arigomphus submedianus profile Photos North America
The jade clubtail is found near mud-bottomed ponds, sloughs, and lakes.
Source: Wisconsin Odonata Survey Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Jade Hunter - Austrogomphus ochraceus profile Photos   Least Concern Australia
The The jade hunter is found in eastern Australia.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Lancet Clubtail - Gomphus exilis profile Photos   Least Concern  North America  New Hampshire Species
The lancet clubtail is found in the eastern United States and in eastern Canada. It is found across New Hampshire.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Lancet Clubtail - Gomphus exilis profile Photos   Least Concern  North America  New Hampshire Species
The lancet clubtail is 1.5 to 1.9 inches in length.
Source: Wisconsin Odonata Survey Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Laura's Clubtail - Stylurus laurae profile Photos North America
Laura's clubtail is found in the eastern U.S. from Maryland south to northern Florida and west to Texas and Michigan.
Source: Odonata Central- Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Laura’s Clubtail - Stylurus laurae profile Photos North America
Laura's clubtail is found near clear streams with sand-mud bottoms.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Levant Pincertail - Onychogomphus macrodon Photos Vulnerable  Asia
The Levant pincertail is found in Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, and Turkey.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Lilypad Clubtail - Arigomphus furcifer profile Photos North America New Hampshire Species 
The lilypad clubtail is found in the northeastern United States. In New Hampshire, it is found south of the White Mountains.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Lilypad Clubtail - Arigomphus furcifer profile Photos North America New Hampshire Species 
The lilypad clubtail is around 2.0 inches in length.
Source: Wisconsin Odonata Survey Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Maathai’s Longleg - Notogomphus maathaiae profile Photos Endangered Africa
Maathai’s longleg is found in Kenya.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Maine Snaketail - Ophiogomphus mainensis profile Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The Maine snaketail is found from New Brunswick, Quebec, and Ontario, south through New England to South Carolina. In New Hampshire, it is found across the state.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Midland Clubtail - Gomphus fraternus profile Photos North America
The midland clubtail is found throughout northeastern United States and southeastern Canada. It is not currently found in New Hampshire, but based on its current distribution in neighboring states, it may be found in the state at some point.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Midland Clubtail - Gomphus fraternus profile Photos North America
The midland clubtail is 1.9 to 2.2 inches in length.
Source: Wisconsin Odonata Survey Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Mustached Clubtail - Gomphus adelphus Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The mustached clubtail is found from Ontario and Nova Scotia south to Tennessee and Georgia. It is found across New Hampshire.
Source: BioKids Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Elementary School Teacher Section: No

Mustached Clubtail - Gomphus adelphus profile Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The mustached clubtail gets its name from two horizontal black stripes on its face that look like a mustache.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Mustached Clubtail - Gomphus adelphus profile Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The mustached clubtail is usually found at medium to large rapid streams, rivers, windswept lakes, and ponds with rocky shores. 
Source: Wisconsin Odonata Survey Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Narrow-striped Forceptail - Aphylla protracta profile Photos  Least Concern North America
The narrow-striped forceptail is found in Belize, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Mexico, and Texas.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Narrow-striped Forceptail - Aphylla protracta profile Photos  Least Concern North America
The narrow-striped forceptail is around 2.5 inches in length.
Source: Odonata Central - Texas Natural Science Center Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Nepogomphoides stuhlmanni Photos Vulnerable Africa
Nepogomphoides stuhlmanni is found in Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Notogomphus cottarellii Photos Endangered Africa
Notogomphus cottarellii is found in Ethiopia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Notogomphus ruppeli Photos Endangered Africa
Notogomphus ruppeli is found in Ethiopia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Northern Pygmy Clubtail - Lanthus parvulus profile Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The northern pygmy clubtail is found in southeastern Canada and the northeastern U.S. It is found across New Hampshire.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Oklahoma Clubtail - Gomphus oklahomensis profile Photos North America
The Oklahoma clubtail is found in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Olive Clubtail - Stylurus olivaceus profile Photos North America
The olive clubtail is found in the northwestern U.S.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Ozark Clubtail - Gomphus ozarkensis profile Photos  Least Concern North America
The Ozark clubtail is found in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Pacific Clubtail - Gomphus kurilis profile Photos North America
The Pacific clubtail is found from Washington to northern California.
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Pacific Clubtail - Gomphus kurilis profile Photos North America
The Pacific clubtail is in large rivers with moderate currents and sandy bottoms.
Source: Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Piedmont Clubtail - Gomphus parvidens profile Photos  Least Concern North America
The Piedmont clubtail is found in Alabama, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.
Source: BugGuide Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Plains Clubtail - Gomphus externus profile Photos North America
The Plains clubtail is found in the central U.S.
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Plains Clubtail - Gomphus externus profile Photos North America
The Plains clubtail is usually found near moderately flowing rivers and large streams with muddy bottoms.
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Progomphus kimminsi Photos Near Threatened South America
Progomphus kimminsi is found in Argentina and Bolivia.
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Pronged Clubtail - Gomphus graslinii profile Photos Near Threatened Europe
The pronged clubtail is found in France, Portugal, and Spain.
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Pronghorn Clubtail - Gomphus graslinellus Photos North America
The pronghorn clubtail is found from British Columbia , Manitoba and Ontario south to Washington, Texas, and Kentucky.
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Pronghorn Clubtail - Gomphus graslinellus profile Photos North America
The pronghorn clubtail is is usually found at ponds, lakes and slow streams.
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Pygmy Snaketail - Ophiogomphus howei profile Photos  Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The pygmy snaketail is found along the east coast of the U.S. from Maine to West Virginia, especially in the Appalachian Mountains. It is primarily found south of the White Mountains in New Hampshire, but it is restricted to large rivers.
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Pygmy Snaketail - Ophiogomphus howei profile Photos  Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The pygmy snaketail is around 1.3 inches in length.
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Pygmy Snaketail - Ophiogomphus howei profile  Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The pygmy snaketail is found in forests along large rivers.
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Rapids Clubtail - Gomphus quadricolor profile  Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The rapids clubtail is found from southern Ontario south to Alabama and Georgia and west to Illinois and Wisconsin. It is found in New England. In New Hampshire it is found south of the White Mountains near large rivers, but it is restricted to large rivers.
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Rapids Clubtail - Gomphus quadricolor profile  Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The rapids clubtail is 1.6 to 1.8 inches in length.
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Rapids Clubtail - Gomphus quadricolor profile  Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The rapids clubtail is found near at large streams and rivers.
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Riffle Snaketail - Ophiogomphus carolus profile  Photos North America  New Hampshire Species
The riffle snaketail is found in southeastern Canada and the northeastern U.S. It is found across New Hampshire.
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Riffle Snaketail - Ophiogomphus carolus profile  Photos North America  New Hampshire Species
The riffle snaketail is found near woodland streams and rivers that are clear, and fast-moving.
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Riffle Snaketail - Ophiogomphus carolus profile  Photos North America  New Hampshire Species
The riffle snaketail is abound 1.6 to 1.7 inches in length.
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Ringed Forceptail - Phyllocycla breviphylla profile  Photos   Least Concern North America 
The ringed forceptail is found in Texas, usually along the Rio Grande.
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Riverine Clubtail - Stylurus amnicola profile  Photos  Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The riverine clubtail is found in eastern U.S. In New Hampshire it is primarily found south of the White Mountains, but it is restricted to large rivers.
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Riverine Clubtail - Stylurus amnicola profile  Photos  Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The riverine clubtail is 1.8 to 1.9 inches in length.
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Riverine Clubtail - Stylurus amnicola profile  Photos  Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The riverine clubtail is found near medium to large rivers.
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Russet-tipped Clubtail - Stylurus plagiatus profile  Photos  Least Concern North America
The russet-tipped clubtail is found in the eastern and southwestern United States.
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Russet-tipped Clubtail - Stylurus plagiatus profile  Photos  Least Concern North America
The russet t-tipped clubtail is usually found near silty sand bottomed rivers, streams, and lakes.
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Rusty Snaketail - Ophiogomphus rupinsulensis profile  Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The rusty snaketail is found in southern Canada and the northern U.S. In New Hampshire, it is found near large rivers.
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Rusty Snaketail - Ophiogomphus rupinsulensis profile  Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The rusty snaketail is 1.8 to 2.1 inches in length. It has a green body and a brown abdomen.
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Rainforest Vicetail - Hemigomphus theischingeri profile  Photos   Least Concern Australia
The rainforest vicetail is found in Queensland, Australia.
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Sable Clubtail - Gomphus rogersi profile  Photos North America
The sable clubtail is found in the Appalachians from southern New York south to Georgia.
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St. Croix Snaketail - Ophiogomphus susbehcha profile  Photos  Least Concern North America
The St. Croix snaketail is found along the St. Croix River Valley in Wisconsin and Minnesota, although its range may extend into Pennsylvania and Maryland.
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St. Croix Snaketail - Ophiogomphus susbehcha profile  Photos  Least Concern North America
The St. Croix snaketail is about 2.0 inches in length
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St. Croix Snaketail - Ophiogomphus susbehcha profile  Photos  Least Concern North America
The St. Croix snaketail is black and green.
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St. Croix Snaketail - Ophiogomphus susbehcha profile  Photos  Least Concern North America
Adult St. Croix snaketails eat flying insects.
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St. Croix Snaketail - Ophiogomphus susbehcha profile  Photos  Least Concern North America
St. Croix snaketail dragonflies likely live for about 2 years.
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Sandhill Clubtail - Gomphus cavillaris profile  Photos North America
The sandhill clubtail is found in Georgia, Alabama, and Florida.
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Septima's Clubtail - Gomphus septima profile  Photos  Least Concern North America 
Septima's Clubtail is found in Alabama, Georgia, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Virginia.
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Serpent Ringtail - Erpetogomphus lampropeltis profile  Photos  Least Concern North America
The serpent ringtail is found in Arizona, California, New Mexico, Texas. and Mexico.
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Shining Clubtail - Stylurus ivae profile  Photos  Least Concern North America
The shining clubtail is found in the southeastern U.S.
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Sinai Hooktail - Paragomphus sinaiticus profile  Photos Vulnerable Africa Asia
The Sinai hooktail is found in Egypt, Niger, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, and Yemen.
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Sinuous Snaketail - Ophiogomphus occidentis profile  Photos  Least Concern North America
The sinuous snaketail is found in the northwestern U.S. and western Canada.
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Skillet Clubtail - Gomphus ventricosus profile  Photos North America  New Hampshire Species
The skillet clubtail is found is found in the north eastern United States and southeastern Canada. In New Hampshire, it is found south of the White Mountains, but it is restricted to large rivers.
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Skillet Clubtail - Gomphus ventricosus profile  Photos North America  New Hampshire Species
The skillet clubtail is 1.9 to 2.1 inches in length.
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Skillet Clubtail - Gomphus ventricosus profile  Photos North America  New Hampshire Species
The skillet clubtail is foundnear rivers.
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Southern Dragon - Antipodogomphus acolythus profile  Photos   Least Concern Australia
The southern dragon is found in New South Wales and Queensland Australia.
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Southeastern Spinyleg - Dromogomphus armatus profile  Photos  Least Concern North America
The southeastern spinyleg is found in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
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Southern Snaketail - Ophiogomphus australis profile  Photos  Endangered North America
The southern snaketail is found in Florida , Louisiana , and Mississippi.
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Southern Pygmy Clubtail - Lanthus vernalis profile Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The southern pygmy clubtail is found in the northeastern U.S. and in the Appalachians .It is found across New Hampshire.
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Southern Vicetail - Hemigomphus gouldii profile Photos Australia
The southern vicetail is found in eastern Australia.
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Spine-crowned Clubtail - Gomphus abbreviatus profile  Photos  Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The spine-covered clubtail is found from southwestern Maine and New Hampshire south to North Carolina. In New Hampshire it is found south of the White Mountains in the spring.
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Spine-crowned Clubtail - Gomphus abbreviatus profile  Photos  Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The spine-covered clubtail is around 1.4 inches in length.
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Splendid Clubtail - Gomphus lineatifrons profile  Photos  Least Concern North America
The splendid clubtail is found in Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
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Splendid Clubtail - Gomphus lineatifrons profile  Photos  Least Concern North America
The splendid clubtail is usually found in clear, fast-moving, usually rocky rivers.
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Stillwater Clubtail - Arigomphus lentulus profile  Photos North America
The stillwater clubtail is found from  Indiana and Illinois south to Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas.
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Stillwater Clubtail - Arigomphus lentulus profile  Photos North America
The stillwater clubtail is found near semi-permanent and artificial ponds, lakes, and slow areas of streams with muddy bottoms. It likes still water!
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Sulphur-tipped Clubtail - Gomphus militaris profile  Photos North America
The sulphur-tipped clubtail is found in the Southern Great Plains and in Mexico.
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Sulphur-tipped Clubtail - Gomphus militaris profile  Photos North America
The stillwater clubtail is found in ponds, lakes, streams, and creeks with muddy bottoms
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Tamaulipan Clubtail - Gomphus gonzalezi profile  Photos Not Enough Data North America
The Tamaulipan clubtail is found Mexico and Texas.
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Tawny Sanddragon - Progomphus alachuensis profile  Photos North America
The tawny sanddragon is found in Florida.
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Tennessee Clubtail - Gomphus sandrius Photos  Vulnerable  North America
The Tennessee clubtail is found in Tennessee. What a surprise!
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Top End Dragon - Antipodogomphus dentosus profile  Photos  Vulnerable Australia
The top end dragon is found in Australia's Northern Territory.
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Towne's Clubtail - Stylurus townesi profile Photos Vulnerable North America
Towne's clubtail is found in Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
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Towne's Clubtail - Stylurus townesi Photos Vulnerable North America
Towne's clubtail is found near rivers.
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Twin-striped Clubtail - Gomphus geminatus profile Photos  Near Threatened North America
The twin-striped clubtail is found in Alabama, Florida, and Georgia.
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Two-striped Forceptail - Aphylla williamsoni profile Photos  Least Concern  North America
The two-striped forceptail is found in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia.
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Unicorn Clubtail - Arigomphus villosipes profile  Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The unicorn clubtail is found from Ontario southward to Arkansas. In New Hampshire, it is found south of the White Mountains.
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Unicorn Clubtail - Arigomphus villosipes profile North America New Hampshire Species
The unicorn clubtail is in ponds, lakes, and small streams with muddy bottoms
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Unicorn Clubtail - Arigomphus villosipes profile  Photos North America New Hampshire Species
The unicorn clubtail is found from Ontario southward to Arkansas. In New Hampshire, it is found south of the White Mountains.
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Wallum Vicetail - Hemigomphus cooloola  profile Photos Australia
The Wallum vicetail is found in eastern Australia
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Westfall’s Knobtail - Epigomphus westfalli profile Photos Endangered  North America
Westfall’s knobtail is found in Nicaragua.
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Westfall's Clubtail - Gomphus westfalli profile Photos  Vulnerable  North America
Westfall's clubtail is found in northwestern Florida.
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Westfall’s Clubtail - Gomphus westfalli profile Photos   Vulnerable  North America
Westfall's clubtail is threatened by clear-cutting.
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Yellow Club-tailed Dragonfly - Gomphus simillimus profile Photos Europe
The yellow club-tailed dragonfly is found in southern Europe.
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Yellow-sided Clubtail - Stylurus potulentus Photos Vulnerable North America
The yellow-sided clubtail is found in Florida and Mississippi.
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Yellow-striped Hunter - Austrogomphus guerini profile Photos Australia
The yellow-striped hunter is found in Australia.
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Zebra Clubtail - Stylurus scudderi profile Photos Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species
The zebra clubtail is found from Ontario east to Nova Scotia and south to Georgia. It is found across New Hampshire.
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Zebra Clubtail - Stylurus scudderi profile Photos Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species
The zebra clubtail is found near forested streams.
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Zebra Clubtail - Stylurus scudderi Photos Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species
The zebra clubtail is black with yellow stripes
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Zebra Clubtail - Stylurus scudderi Photos Least Concern North America  New Hampshire Species
The zebra clubtail is 2.2 inches in length.
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