On October 22 2006 a male and female of Sympecma paedisca were found at Hoogmoor Ringe in Germany, close to the Dutch border (263-517), about 21 kilometres west-south-west of Meppen. These records are in line with the recent expansion in the Netherlands. However, S.paedisca is very scarce in northern Germany and the record is therefore extraordinary.

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Ronald van Seijen, & Anneke Hofstra. (2007). Een waarneming van Noordse winterjuffers (Sympecma paedisca) in Duitsland, vlak over de grens bij Meppen. Brachytron, 11(1), 87–88.