This past week, the third Copera brother gave me another 'wow' moment when I suddenly realised there was a tiny yellow damselfly perched ever so quietly on the grass blade amidst all the fanfare of the dancing Vestalis damselflies.
This damselfly, the Copera marginipes of the family Platycnemididae, is marked with yellow streaks and has flattened yellow legs. The male has hindwing length of 17 mm. This species is widespread in tropical Asia.
Anyway, I am now wondering why I hadn't taken more photos of this damselfly and from different angles too. I have taken only a few good photos, all from the same angle...
Sigh... I wonder if I will be able to find it again along that forest stream?
...and look at those legs!