The ID created a challenge. Males of this species, as featured in MOV 2 shows a white tuft end to the abdomen. This one has an orange colour tuft as well as a black upper body and stripes on the underside of the body. May eventually be found to be a different species. It got knocked off the sheet by a larger insect and played dead long enough to get a photo of the underside. Two additional images included to show the features.
This antlion lacewing flew up from the grass as I walked through. It landed and then flew several times. Luckily I was able to keep an eye on it and get some photos once it settled. Two photos uploaded. Distoleon bistrigatus ID by Ken Harris via Bowerbird.
I think this might be a freshly hatched Amorbus sp., possibly the fourth Amorbus species that I have found at Woodlands Historic Park. About five of these were seen clustered together at the top of a blade of grass.