This tiny spider resembled a speck of bird poo but being on the under side of the leaf so she got found out.
About 5mm wide. On broad leafed acacia in a local nature reserve. 'Two-spined orb weaver' (imm♀)
This super-cute cup moth with a lion's mane and netted wings was loitering under night lights at the local school. A species I didn't recognise about 15mm long.
Under strong MV lights and tall eucalyptus.
Also known as 'Pale Cup Moth'
About 50mm across with wings closed. The orange around the head and thorax is not common.
Resting on a building wall under light fittings in a local nature reserve.
Cpommonly called 'Urticating Anthelid' because the hairs from the caterpillar 'urt.
This moth is incredibly variable coming in a range of fashionable colours including grey, cream, green, yellow, tan, brown and the various markings may each be present or not.