I saw this wasp fly from a tree carrying the katydid. It landed near a hole in the ground and dropped the katydid. The wasp then went into the hold and did a bit of excavating and then dragged the katydid into the hole.
I counted 17 individuals of these leaf beetles actively crawling all over a large gum tree, with a few pairs mating. There were also some black eggs laid in formation on several leaves of the same tree, possibly from this species. Five photos uploaded.
I've been seeing many, many honeybrown beetles (Ecnolagria grandis) around WHP in the past few visits. This female Sandalodes superbus, Australia's largest jumping spider, has decided to see what they taste like.
I had this as A. robustus because I found it where I found a lot of A. robustus last season, but when comparing to previous images I noticed some differences. I'm pretty sure that this is A. alternatus.