Reported sporadically from the highlands, ridge & valley, and northern piedmont. Unfortunately the largest known NJ colony, in Bergen County, was destroyed by a residential development.
This is a forest insect of ancient lineage which breeds in inconspicuous forest seeps. These are characterized by large concentrations of Skunk Cabbage and ferns which indicate consistent ground water seepage.
Flight season charts created from records in the official database maintained by Allen Barlow.