New York Natural Heritage Program
Little Bluet
Enallagma minusculum Morse, 1895

New York State Distribution [-]
In New York, Enallagma minusculum is known to occur at three locations, two in Suffolk county and one in Queens county (New York Natural Heritage Program 2011). Two of the locations were investigated as part of a special NYDDS effort; the third site in Queens County was documented by NYC Parks staff in 2008.

Global Distribution [-]
The distribution for Little Bluet is North Carolina, the northeastern United States, and southeastern Canada (Nikula et al. 2003). More specifically, they are known from North Carolina, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island (NatureServe 2010, Abbott 2007).
Best Places to See
• As this species is considered sensitive by the NYS DEC, site specific locations are not made available.