Burmagomphus intinctus is only known from several specimens collected from Fujian in China, which is truly not exactly around the corner. And indeed, further perusal of literature (thank you, James) showed it to be B. magnus, described in 2015 from Hekou district in Yunnan Province in China, which is just over the border from northern Vietnam. It was therefore to be expected.
|The original photo by James Holden. What is that?!|
|Two days later, probably the same individual in hand.|
|The strong hook on the posterior hamule|
|And the rounded epiproct and somewhat sinuous superior appendages|