Burgundy Bluet Enallagma dubium Root, 1924S1 (Highly state rare)  -  Coastal Plain only  

Status:

Burgundy Bluet (Enallagma dubium) is a dark bluet of the southeast, near the northern edge of its range in Maryland. It generally inhabits sandy ponds with dense vegetation, or sometimes slow streams or edges of swamps (Lam, 2004). This species has been confirmed from three counties on the Eastern Shore of Maryland (Richard Orr's Dragonflies and Damselflies of Maryland and the District of Columbia). It is considered S1 (highly state rare).

There are 7 records in the project database.

Search Google Images

GAALWAFRCLMOHOBABCHACEPGAACVCHSMKEQACN TADOWI SOWO 
A male Burgundy Bluet in Caroline Co., Maryland (6/26/2010). Photo by Bill Hubick. (MBP list)

A Burgundy Bluet in Caroline Co., Maryland (6/26/2010). Highly state rare (S1). Photo by Bill Hubick. (MBP list)

A young male Burgundy Bluet in Caroline Co., Maryland (6/19/2010). Photo by Dave Czaplak. (MBP list)

A male Burgundy Bluet in Cheraw State Park, South Carolina (5/28/2009). Photo by Steve Collins. (MBP list)

A female Burgundy Bluet covered in mites in Cheraw State Park, South Carolina (5/28/2009). Photo by Steve Collins. (MBP list)

A young male Burgundy Bluet in Cheraw State park, South Carolina (5/28/2009). Photo by Steve Collins. (MBP list)


View All Images

View Bibliography

Use of images featured on Maryland Biodiversity Project is only permitted with express permission of the photographer.