This one looks very like Pseudanapaea denotata in Paul Zborowski's 'A Guide to Australian Moths' . A very small Limacodid resting under lights on the margin of the Dandenong Ranges NP. Web shots of P transvestita and denotata seem mixed. Work to be done yet. Thanks experts.
I HAVE TEMPORARILY ADDED THE PAUL ZBOROWSKI PHOTO FROM THE BOOK FOR COMPARISON.
A small (5mm) weevil which has created a nidus. The relationships here are extraordinary. The female weevil steps out a measure of leaf, cuts it, folds and rolls it smearing a mystery substance as she goes, and injecting spores of a penicillin fungus she had collected in thoracic cavities. The peniciliin protects the larvae as they develop from other infections but don't provide nourishment.
Family Attelabidae; Genus Euops: need to add these
End of last summer I watched these butterflies fill this silver wattle with eggs. Attendant ants dispersed momentarily when breathed on. :D Ant species should be either Iridomyrmex anceps or Iridomyrmex vincinus ?