Came across this dragonfly dying in a drain while retrieving a Pink-necked Green Pigeon (Treron vernans) carcass. Turns out it’s a Pale-spotted Emperor (Anax guttatus), one of the largest dragonflies in Singapore and an uncommon species to boot. Cool!
Source: David Tan Instagram
Dingy Duskhawker (Gynacantha subinterrupta)
Tanjong Pagar, 29th May 2012
Thanks to Tang Hung Bun for assisting in the identification of this dragonfly.
Lesser Green Emperor (Anax guttatus)
Bukit Merah, 27th June 2011
This Lesser Green Emperor (also known as the Hairy Emperor) dragonfly was found on the KTM railway tracks that run through Bukit Merah. Although it was still twitching and technically not quite fully dead, the fact that its head had been almost completely severed meant that it qualifies as a Monday Morgue entry.