The vagrant darter (Sympetrum vulgatum) is a European dragonfly. The species takes its English name from its habit of occasionally appearing as a rare vagrant north of its normal range. However, it is likely to be under-recorded because it is very similar to the common darter (S. striolatum).
The species is common in central and northeast Europe. It breeds in standing water.
- Brooks, Philip S. Corbet & Stephen J. (2008). Dragonflies. London: Collins. p. 67. ISBN 0-00-715169-1.
- Fauna Europaea
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