Suggested by Robin Ngiam to be a Hylaeothemis sp. Found perched low in a shaded slow-flowing shallow stream in mature forest with deep banks. Habitat shared with Rhinocypha humeralis, Lyriothemis cleis and Tetracanthagyna plagiata. Total length about 4cm.
Female Euphaeidae sp 2 in vegetation along trail through fields, 800m.
This female is not an Anisopleura sp. and is not a match for available images of two of the three other Euphaeidae spp. included in G.S. Vick's (1989) list of Nepal's Odonata. Bayadera longicauda from Vick's list is unrepresented by available images. The photo also differs from another unidentified Euphaeidae female photographed a month earlier at Chainpur.