Rapids Clubtail Phanogomphus quadricolor (Walsh, 1863)G3 (Globally rare/local)  -  In need of conservation  -  S2 (State rare)Synonyms: Gomphus quadricolor.

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Rapids Clubtail (Phanogomphus quadricolor) is a small, northeastern Phanogomphus of rocky or gravelly creeks or rivers. (Paulson, 2011). Rapids Clubtail is recorded from a number of counties from the mountains to the piedmont in Maryland, but is generally regarded as uncommon to rare (Richard Orr's The Dragonflies and Damselflies of Maryland and the District of Columbia), and considered S2 (state rare).

There are 42 records in the project database.

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A Rapids Clubtail in Garrett Co., Maryland (5/19/2012). Photo by Dave Czaplak. (MBP list)

A Rapids Clubtail in Allegany Co., Maryland (6/10/2007). Photo by Steve Collins. (MBP list)

The male cerci of a Rapids Clubtail in Allegany Co., Maryland (6/10/2007). Photo by Steve Collins. (MBP list)


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