Eucalyptus or Gum Tree Weevil, Gonipterus scutellaris, Curculionidae Family, with an ant alate, Myrmecia sp. resting on top.
Gum Leaf Katydid, Torbia viridissima, Family Tettigoniidae
Red Assassin Bug, Gminatus australis, Reduviidae Family
Feather-horned Beetle, Rhipicera femorata, Male, Family Rhipiceridae. An uncommon beetle. The larvae of this beetle is thought to parasitise cicada's
Metallic shield bug, Scutiphora pedicellata, ADULT, Family Scutelleridae, feeding on White Elderberry fruit
Australian Native Budworm, Helicoverpa punctigera, Family Noctuidae. A serious pest.
Processionary Caterpillar, Ochrogaster (check your spell) lunifera, Family Notodontidae. (the red 'balls' are red parasitic mites.) Other mites hitch rides & are known as hypoprial.
Golden Stag Beetle,Lamprima aurata, Family Lucanidae, FEMALE - males being green
White-fringed Weevil, Naupactus leucoloma, Family Curculionidae . (The lesser of two weevils maybe!)
Black Flat-head Leafhopper, Beetle,Stenocotis depressa, Family Cicadellidae
Wood or Forest Scorpion. Cercophonius squama.
Titan Stick Insect, Acrophylla titan, Family Phasmatidae. The second largest Australian stick insect that feed on Eucalyptus, Acacia, and Callitris trees, and some garden plants like raspberries and roses.
Margin-winged Stick Insect, Ctenomorpha marginipennis, Female, Family Phasmatidae. 150 mm long.
Tortoise Leaf Beetle Group, Paropsisterna intacta, of the Family Chrysomelidae
Helicarion niger, a native fungus-eating semi-slug, Family Helicarionidae. These are not the only terrestrial snails on the evolutionary path to becoming slugs, so too are European glass snails.
Geoplanaria sugdoni. Canary Worm.
Labium sp. Flower Wasp, Ichneumonidae Family on Helichrysum scorpioides, Common Everlasting
Blue Ant or Bluebottle Diamma bicolor. Female up to 25 mm in length, wingless and ground-dwelling & exclusively hunts mole crickets. Males are smaller, about 15mm & have wings.
Banded Caterpillar Parasite Wasp, Ichneumon promissorius, Female, Family Ichneumonidae
Callibracon sp. Wasp ,Often called Ichneumon Wasp, from the Braconid Family.
Mud-nest or Mason Wasp, Pison spinolae, Family Crabrinidae
Mud-dauber or Potter Wasp, Paralastor sp, Family Vespidae
Common Hover-fly, Melangyna viridiceps, Family Syrphidae
Black Bess Beetle, Mastachilus sp., Family Passalidae. Live in dead logs where they feed on the rotting wood.
Bark Cockroach or Woodroach, Laxta granicollis, Winged MALE, Family Blaberidae
Black Dung Beetle. Onthophagus chepara, Family Scarabaeidae. These beetles can bury balls of dung 250 times heavier than itself in just one night, as witnessed in this picture!