A pale moth with purple tinged wings and fringed trailing margins. Wingspan could have been about 10 to 12 mm.Each fore wing had a smudged dark patch in the middle of the inner margin which at rest formed a dark circle. On each wing was also a small dark, slightly posterior to the dark patch. Antennae were swept back. The labial palps appeared to form a "snout" with a short stiff bristle on either side at the tip.
Seen under a bright garden light on a warm night.
A handsome ghost moth with dark tented wings . The wings had a span of about 40 mm and showed pale curvy patterns. Antennae were feathery and the thorax had dense brown setae.
Spotted near a national park - mixed native trees.
Newly emerged psylid nymphs, several photos of different instars on same red gum sapling. I assume the orange ones (about 2mm long) are female and the tiny black ones (about 0.5mm) male, but this is just a guess they could be something completely different. There are masses of lerps on this sapling and most still had nymphs in them when the photos were taken