Small patch at start of Sloss's Gully walk. Leaf underside between the veins has small stellate hairs and longer simple hairs (the latter discounts Pomaderris prunifolia - no simple hairs between veins - which has also been recorded in the area).
This thin mud structure had been built between a box and the wall. Many of the cells are stocked with spiders. In two of the cells, a single wasp can be seen. No movement was observed while I took the photos, before we replaced the box.