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Anoplognathus aeneus, a Christmas beetle that's a bit late!
A brentid weevil probably brentid Miolispa australiana .
Chrysomelidae, a Leaf Beetle, Promechus australica
Promechus australica, larva. The beetles and their larvae have just about defoliated a small Celery Top tree, Polyscias elegans.
A Tiger Beetle, Dystipsidera flavipes. Did a blog on the tiger beetles in 2012.
Ectocemus decemmaculatus, a lovely brentid weevil
Leptopius quadriens, a common weevil about the place.
Lymexylidae Melittomma sp. Sometimes very common at the lights.
Tenebrionidae, Cyphaleus ducalis A very large tenebrionid that apparently flies.
A Trogidae. These beetles feed on decaying animals matter.
Orthorhinus cylindrirostris, one of the more photogenic weevils.