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Libellago lineata Time 1:40
Beautiful damselfly, Libellago lineata, has been recorded in only two places in Singapore. One of it is a quiet corner of Lower Peirce Reservoir, within the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. Even this habitat is littered with human rubbish.
Video taken by Tang Hung Bun
Pseudagrion australasiae larva devours a small fish Time 2:35
Pseudagrion australasiae is an uncommon species in Singapore and Malaysia. This video clip records a Pseudagrion australasiae larva capturing and consuming a small fish.
Video taken by Tang Hung Bun
Ceriagrion cerinorubellum cannibalism Time 1:43
It is a common species in Singapore and Malaysia. It took almost an hour for the predator to finish its meal, from head to tail, nothing is wasted.
Video taken by Tang Hung Bun
Pericnemis stictica Time 0:33
It is perhaps the largest damselfly in Singapore. This one was seen near the Central Catchment Nature Reserve in Singapore.
Video taken by Tang Hung Bun