Two other Aeshnids were around. I saw literally hundreds of Boyeria karubei at dusk and a few during the day and I saw a male Gynacantha japonica hanging in a bush. Below a few photos.
|One of the several females Planaeschna guentherpetersi that I caught. A record shot. Note the typical pattern on S2.|
|Another female discovered perched. Note the typical pattern in the dorsum of S2 and the yellow wing bases.|
|The female Planaeschna sp., different in for instance the pattern on S2 and the much shorter cerci.|
|Facial pattern of Planaeschna sp.|
|Hanging male Gynacantha japonica. Note the small, light-colored epiproct.|
|One of the many Boyeria karubei around|