New York Natural Heritage Program
Arrowhead Spiketail
Cordulegaster obliqua (Say, 1839)

New York State Distribution [-]
This species has been recorded from 11 counties spread across several regions of the state including counties in the southern tier, Finger Lakes and Hudson Valley. The wide distribution of these counties suggests that the species is likely to occur in other counties in these regions of the state. However, as in other portions of the species range, it is expected that this spiketail will be spotty, or local, in its distribution.

Global Distribution [-]
The arrowhead spiketail is primarily a species of the eastern United States. Its range extends from Maine, southern Quebec and southern Ontario, west to Michigan and Wisconsin, and south to eastern Oklahoma and Texas, and east across the Gulf Coast states to northern Florida (Dunkle 2000).
Best Places to See
• Baker and Shirley Roads at Jenksville State Forest (Tioga County)
• Philipse Brook at Clarence Fahnestock State Park (Putnam County)