Scientific Name: Gynacantha subinterrupta
Common Name: Dingy Duskhawker
This female Gynacantha subinterrupta oviposits by touching the surface of a substrate, in this case, soil and lay her eggs and flying to another spot repeating the same action.
See the female in Action!
She did her egg’s laying all by herself. No male is seen guarding her when she oviposits. This place is flooded the next day after a torrential rain.