K. J. Tennessen

Document Type

Peer-Review Article


New distribution records establish Ophiogomphus howei as a resident species in Wisconsin. Kentucky, Maine, and Minnesota are added as new state records for this seldom-encountered gomphid dragonfly. Larval habitats appear to be undisturbed rivers 10-200 m wide, with sand and gravel sub-strates.

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Entomology Commons



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