This Brush-tailed Phascogale visited my water tub two nights in a row. The still image is on the second night 29/1/2018 and the video is on 28/1/2018 at 2.48am. Neither visit was for very long hence the slightly blurred still photo and the very short video clip.
This very gravid female came to the light-trap. She began laying eggs shortly after arriving and deposited them in 3 areas. I am unable to determine the exact species. A series of images are presented including the eggs as they are being deposited on the ground.
The closest match I can find is Paropsis lownei, but I'm never confident with identifying leaf beetles. A large leaf beetle, which appeared much darker in natural light compared to the photos. Three photos uploaded.