According to Yong San, this is a male Orchithemis pulcherrima and it has different colour forms. The blue form can be found here. I feel quite disappointed at times when I could not identify a dragon or damselfly from Tang's website .I found this small beetle resting on the edge of a palm leaf. There was a bit of motion blur in the shot as I was shooting with one hand holding the camera and the other hand flicking the leaf over.I think these were wild mushrooms growing on moist ground. They scattered around and really looked nice in groups among the green grasses.
I guess this is a kind of tree frog. I shot it once many years ago along the same trail. It stayed very still until I "reset" its position in order to get a brighter background but it responded by showing me a few frog jumps into the undergrowth.
Other not-so-common butterfly species sighted :
1. Chersonesia peraka peraka (Little Maplet)
2. Poritia sumatrae sumatrae (Sumatran Gem)
3. Sinthusa nasaka amba (Narrow Spark)