After a long period of quite on Odonata, I went to Bangi Forest to do some larva sampling yesterday. I bumped into this libellulid larva. This larva was hiding in between fallen leaves in a swampy pond (view the habitat here). Only one individual of this libellulid species was spotted. This larva is definitely different from the larva of Agrionoptera sexlineata. It has hairy legs and the shape of abodomen is also quite different from the larva of Agrionoptera sexlineata. I have no idea what species it belongs to, but I'm rearing it to reveal its identity.