This is for all the other insects and other invertebrates that occur in Riddells Creek. Note that there are other collections for specific groups including Butterflies, Moths, Grasshoppers, Dragonflies, Spiders.
Orange Potter Wasp (lives near water, required for pot making). Seems to be distinguished from Delta latreillei latreillei by a three striped abdomen (orange-black-orange, only black-orange in latreillei) and different black & orange pattern on thorax.
Female is wingless. Adults feed on nectar. Female burrows into the ground, parasitising beetle larvae & mole crickets. They are important pollinators of native plants. Females sometimes mistaken for ants. (adapted from ABC website)