Butterflies migrate in large masses.
The crab spider is an Australian spider in the family Thomisidae.
Daddy long legs aren’t native to Australia, they were accidentally introduced to this country from Europe many years ago.
Dragonflies are not only exceptional aerial predators as adults, but they are also formidable in their aquatic larval stages.
Dung beetles are members of the scarab family. They break up the droppings of other animals and bury them in the soil.
Despite the large number of species, only one species of fly is actually attracted to humans.
The granny’s cloak moth belongs to the family noctuidae, the owlet moth family.
Hummingbird hawk moths belong to the sphingidae family, which are characterised by being able to fly very fast, hover and having a long tongue.
They may be tiny but their capacity to stalk and capture prey is astounding.
Lynx spiders are cursorial hunters that have evolved to specialise for a life on plants.
Net casting spiders, sometimes referred to as ogre-faced spiders, are an interesting group of spiders that are medium sized, stick like, and semi-nomadic.
Coming in at up to 7cm in length, the red-triangle slug is Australia’s largest native land slug.
The Richmond birdwing butterfly is pretty well known these days, but the caterpillar and pupa are less often in the spotlight; but, no less interesting.