Project Noah

Project Noah is a tool to explore and document wildlife and a platform to harness the power of citizen scientists everywhere.

Join Project Noah Today

Unicorn Clubtail

Arigomphus villosipes

Description:

a large dragonfly about 4 to 5 inches yellow and black with green eyes

Habitat:

sunny field near the edge of the woods


1 species ID suggestions

Unicorn Clubtail?

6 Comments

Brian Parsons
Brian Parsons a year ago

This is not a Unicorn Clubtail - see my link:
http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/739......

Looks to be a Delta-spotted Spiketail (Cordulegaster diastatops) or Twin-sptted Spiketail (Cordulegaster maculata)

bowhunter187
bowhunter187 3 years ago

looks a lot like it I will make the change thank you

bowhunter187
bowhunter187 3 years ago

it could be the only only one I could dind that looked like it said Sable Cludtail but I am open for suggestions

CynthiaMHori
CynthiaMHori 3 years ago

Hi- I dont see the club on the tail- I see a fork. Let me know what you think

bowhunter187
bowhunter187 3 years ago

no it is a clubtail Damselflies ae smaller and rest with their wings folded back Dragonflies cant

JohnMatzick
JohnMatzick 3 years ago

could that be a Damselfly?

Rindge, New Hampshire, USA

Lat: 42.76, Long: -72.02

Spotted on Jul 3, 2011
Submitted on Jul 3, 2011

Related spottings

Jade Clubtail Jade Clubtail Horned Clubtail Dragonfly Unicorn Clubtail dragonfly

Nearby spottings

Western Tailed-Blue butterfly Green Grass hopper American Chestnut seed