Tiger Spiketail Cordulegaster erronea Hagen in Selys, 1878S3 (Watch list)  

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Tiger Spiketail (Cordulegaster erronea) is an interesting, large dragonfly of tiny forest streams with sand or silt deposits, often in cool ravines. Males patrol the breeding habitat persistently. This species tends to become active as an adult later in the year than other members of its genus. (Paulson, 2011). Tiger Spiketail is distributed widely in Maryland, but is not common, and is ranked as an S3.

There are 50 records in the project database.

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A Tiger Spiketail in Frederick Co., Maryland (7/27/2002). Maryland watch list (S3). Photo by Dave Czaplak. (MBP list)

A Tiger Spiketail in Frederick Co., Maryland (7/27/2002). Photo by Dave Czaplak. (MBP list)

A Tiger Spiketail in Baltimore Co., Maryland (7/8/2017). Photo by Emily Stanley. (MBP list)

A Tiger Spiketail at the Howard County Conservancy, Howard Co., Maryland (8/30/2012). A new county late date and new site record. Photo by Bonnie Ott. (MBP list)

A Tiger Spiketail at the Howard County Conservancy, Howard Co., Maryland (8/30/2012). A new county late date and new site record. Photo by Bonnie Ott. (MBP list)

A Tiger Spiketail in Washington Co., Maryland (7/17/2005). Photo by Hans Holbrook. (MBP list)

A Tiger Spiketail in Baltimore City, Maryland (7/4/2014). Photo by Mike Hudson. (MBP list)

A Tiger Spiketail in Howard Co., Maryland (6/29/2013). Photo by Jim Wilkinson. (MBP list)


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