Australian Painted Lady - male, Anglesea,, Vic.
Meadow Argus, found in all states, but this one is in Kakadu NP. NT.
Orange Ringlet butterfly, above and below. Qld.
Common Grass Blue, Anglesea Vic.
Orange Lacewing butterfly, Darwin, NT.
Scarlet Jezebel butterfly, Qld.
Fiery Jewel butterfly, Cocklebiddy, WA.
Caper White butterflies mating, the chrysalis they emerge from are visible in the top right of the photo.
White-veined Sand-skipper butterfly. Eucla. Wa.
day flying moth, Anglesea, I think it is from a moth family called Foresters. They produce cyanide, which is a deterant to predators.
This is a Goliath Stick intsect. We found this one struggling on the ground after something had attacked it. So we placed it back in a tree, was still theri in the morning. Insects dont come much bigger than this. Broome,WA.
found this spider creeping across the surface of a puddle on Fraser Island, I love the shadow. I think it is a wolf spider.
green Scarab beetle, Anglesea, Vic.
Green tree ants, Qld. These ants are intersting to watch because they work cooperativly together. The rear end of these ants has been eaten in the past by aboriginal people as a sweet citris treat. I have come back to my campsite after a few days away and the tent has been covered by thes guys inside and out!
Mouse spider, Mutawintji NP, SA.
Leaf Insect, Qld,