The Unicorn Clubtail is a pond Clubtail that is found predominantly in the Northeastern United States. There is one record of the species in Minnesota and there are a few reliable locations in Southeastern Wisconsin, which is the western edge of their range
The Unicorn Clubtail are often found perched along the shoreline facing the water. They frequently perch on the ground, in sand or mud, but will also perch on lily pads, algae mats, logs, or on vegetation along the shore. They are sometimes found in the same habitat as Lilypad Clubtails
Muddy-bottomed lakes, ponds and slow moving streams with little vegetation
Males patrol over the water or from low perch. Females lay eggs alone by tapping their abdomen on the water's surface
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