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D. trivialis is a fairly common dragonfly in the Philippines. Both males and females start out similar but undergoes sexual dimorphism as it matures. The females become a golden yellow while the males become a silvery blue (I'd imagine they'd have a bronze child, but yeah.)
Saw this in the outskirts of our campus, near a waterbed filled with tadpoles.
Lat: 10.31, Long: 123.89
Spotted on Feb 4, 2013
Submitted on May 21, 2013