This female tetracanthagyna plagiata was sighted resting on a twig beside a stream in the NSSF. It flew a short distance after I accidentally flushed her out from her resting site. She came back and rested on a twig around knee level.
I slowly moved forward and look some shots. She flew away shortly after and disappeared in the thick forest.
There have been isolated sightings of this species at the Central Catchment Nature Reserve, such as UPR and MacRitchie Reservoir. So far, I have seen and photographed a female at Chestnut avenue forest and a male at MacRitchie Reservoir.