Ophiogomphus howei    Bromley, 1924

Pygmy Snaketail 


MN Status:
special concern
Federal Status:
none
CITES:
none
USFS:
none

Group:
insect
Class:
Insecta
Order:
Odonata
Family:
Gomphidae
Habitats:

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Map Interpretation

Map Interpretation

Please note that a complete species account is not yet available.

  Synonyms

  Authors/Revisions

Kurt Mead, MN DNR, 2017

  References

Abbott, J. C. 2006-2016. OdonataCentral: An online resource for the distribution and identification of Odanata [web application]. <http://www.odonatacentral.org>. Accessed 28 June 2009.

Abbott, J. C. 2006-2016. OdonataCentral: An online resource for the distribution and identification of Odanata [web application]. <http://www.odonatacentral.org>. Accessed June 2013.

Abbott, J. C., and N. Donnelly. 2007. Ophopgomphus howei. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species [web application] Version 2013.1. IUCN, Cambridge, United Kingdom. <http:www.iucnredlist.org>. Accessed 30 June 2013.

Dunkle, S. 2000. Dragonflies through binoculars: a field guide to dragonflies of North America. Oxford University Press, New York, New York. 266 pp.

Haarstad, J. 1997. The dragonflies of selected eastern Minnesota rivers. Report submitted to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Unpaged.

Legler, K., D. Legler, and D. Westover. 2013. Dragonflies of Wisconsin-Edition 5.1, copyright Karl Legler, self-published.

Mead, K. 2009. Dragonflies of the North Woods (North Woods naturalist series). Second edition. Kollath-Stensaas Publishing, Duluth, Minnesota. 200 pp.

Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. 2003. Field guide to the native plant communities of Minnesota: the Laurentian mixed forest province. Ecological Land Classification Program, Minnesota County Biological Survey, and Natural Heritage and Nongame Research Program. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, St. Paul, Minnesota. 352 pp.

NatureServe. 2009. NatureServe Explorer: An online encyclopedia of life [web application]. Version 7.1. NatureServe, Arlington, Virginia. <http://www.natureserve.org/explorer>. Accessed 25 June 2009.

Paulson, D. 2012. Dragonflies and damselflies of the east (Princeton field guides). Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey. 544 pp.

Steffens, W. P., and W. A. Smith. 1999. Status survey for special concern and endangered dragonflies of Minnesota: population status, inventory and monitoring recommendations. Final report submitted to the Natural Heritage and Nongame Research Program, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. 54 pp.