Income taxes are paid monthly based on the profits/losses of the previous month.
In this case, since you made a profit in the in-between month (I assume August, I can't see the months in your image), you paid taxes on that profits in the month of September.
Come year-end you will get a refund on some/all of those taxes you paid based on the total losses for the year. Since you have months with losses, you will be getting at least some of those taxes you paid back.
Going across your income statement (which I'll assume is monthly -- June through September)...
In June you made a profit of $27.9M -- you paid taxes of $9.3M in July based on your profits in June.
In July you made no profits, so you paid no taxes in August. You'll actually get a refund on taxes come year-end based on this loss.
In August you made a profit again of $17.6M, plus it looks like you paid off a loan and that money is counted as well -- a gross profit of about $30M. You paid taid taxes in September of almost $10M based on this profit.