Another species that I had seen only once, and that previously eluded photographic capture, was Rhyothemis triangularis. I was able to take pictures of a freshly emerged specimen.
And lastly, one evening, as I was heading back to the lodge, I ran into a roost of Potamarcha congener. An exceptional spectacle!
|Gynacantha basiguttata female, now fully mature. Note the dark smudges at the base of the wing along the subcosta.|
|The face of the same female|
|A little extra: male Agriocnemis nana. I saw only a few, but what a delight.|
|Roost of Potamarcha congener. How many in the photo? I count at least 50.|
|Fresh male Rhyothemis triangularis, the only one seen.|