Any holes in our strawberries are usually occupied by these millipedes. They have been identified as Blaniulus guttulatus by Bob Mesibov on Bowerbird website, who states that they are likely to be this introduced species, as it is famous for invading strawberries.
These two flatworms were found inside a cabbage that was picked from our vegetable garden. They would not have been eating the cabbage as they are carnivorous creatures. The cabbage did have evidence of a lot of wildlife, including caterpillars of the Cabbage White butterfly.