I am not sure if this is a Coeliccia octogesima which was found along a very shady forest trail. Its wings were spreading out quite evenly whenever it perched on something, not a usual posture displayed by most damselflies.
I saw this giant forest ant (Camponotus gigas) swimming across a narrow stream. This was my first sighting of how an ant overcoming the water obstacle. Finally, it succeeded in crossing the stream.This spider has spiny legs but the eyes don't seem to suggest that this is a kind 0f Lynx spider. It was waiting patiently on a leaf surface, ready to attack any intruders coming close to its territory.
I guess this is a digger wasp which kept buzzing around from leaf to leaf. It stopped occasionally to survey its surrounding. A rather cute black-and-white and pretty butterfly in its own way, this small Lycaenid Elbowed Pierrot (Caleta elna elvira) loves to flutter just above the ground level, looking for "sweet" spots to puddle on. I guess the common name Elbowed Pierrot was given to this species because of the L-shaped elbow-like black band near the base of the forewing beneath.