Species Name: Hydrobasileus croceus
The Amber-winged Glider is quite a common dragonfly around ponds in open areas, however they are almost always seen on the wing "sailing" to and fro non-stop. Males and females are similarly coloured and marked.
This species has a vast range all over Asia, from Japan and China to India and in the whole of Southeast Asia.
Photo above: A pair "in tandem" photographed over a pond where the female lays her eggs among the thick water weeds.An empty larval case or exuvia
of H. croceus.