There is a Leea indica tree at the reservoir edge. Very often I saw butterflies and other critters feeding on its small flowers, quite high up now as the tree grows taller over the years. This dark brown and small Starry Bob (Ibrix stellifer) was seen many times here - it loves these flowers very much. Apart from butterflies bees and wasps were also attracted to these tiny flowers. A few Scoliid wasps were the butterflies' competitors for the nectar.
In my next blog post, I will feature the dragonflies and damselflies that I encountered along the trail.