Good evening how are you I hope you have a nice day, yesterday I went back to the rice fields to look at my rice plants and look for small macro objects in this rice field area, because considering the rice plants are big there will be lots of small animals playing in this rice field area.
And at that time I immediately explored this rice field area and when I got there I immediately saw these two species of small animals crawling on one of the rice leaves, and at that time I immediately approached them to take several angles of images that looked very beautiful and maximal.
And these two species are known by other names, namely the Citrine forktail dragonfly and ladybug insects or better known by another name, namely Leptocorisa and are one of the serious pests for rice farming.
And on today's occasion, as usual, I will capture several portraits of these two small animal species that look very beautiful and elegant, and you can see below several portraits of the two small animal species that I hunted yesterday afternoon in the rice fields.
The citrine forktail (Ischnura hastata) is a damselfly of the family Coenagrionidae.....Wikipedia
Leptocorisa is a genus of broad-headed bugs in the family Alydidae.....Wikipedia