Case moth larva about 15mm tall; not moving; apparently glued in place by silk and chewed pulp mix; structure built of curled leaf or bark pieces. The pic shows natural orientation. Note opening at the top. On a broad acacia leaf.
About 12mm long body. Initially I thought a type of jewel beetle but later showed Cerambycid features. Antennae show white bands towards the outer ends. Four front orange femurs two rear black.
Hiding in the dried remains of flowers (peeled away) on a shrub yet to be identified. Similar to Pittosporum? Police Paddocks.
This beetle is Paropsis aspera, a brown leaf beetle with the markings of an 'x' on the combined elytra. This beetle feeds on Eucalyptus as most other species also do but is anomalous as it does not fit easily into this genus.