Associated with sandbars and banks of high-quality creeks and rivers with a good forested buffer. The species is probably confined to Appalachians and Ridge & Valley region of western Maryland. Knisley found this species to be locally abundant (over 300 observed) over several miles of a creek in Maryland (Knisley & Schultz 1997). It is ranked as S1 (highly state rare).
There are 13 records in the project database.