Pillbug, Roly Poly, whatever! They're cool. Kyogle, NSW.
A pink millipede found inside a rotting log. Kyogle, NSW.
A woodlouse. Kyogle, NSW.
Scutigeromorph centipede tries to hide in a crack. Kyogle, NSW.
Portrait of a mayfly with a missing leg. Dundas, Qld.
Adult thrips on a ficus leaf surrounded by empty eggs and the damage dealt to the leaf. Toowong, Qld.
A beautiful little native gecko hides under a leaf. Fitzroy Island, Qld.
Salt water snail clings to a wet rock. Fitzroy Island, Qld.
A prawn-like amphipod trying to bury itself in sand. Cow Bay, Qld.
A pair of orange collembola on a rotting log at the beach. Cow Bay, Qld.
A pair of orange collembola surrounded by sand on a rotting log. Cow Bay, Qld.
Spider and Springtail
A tiny spider and even smaller springtail (Just below the spider) share an old cocoon. Kyogle, NSW.
Snail in a Half Shell
A snail, or a half snail, or a slug-snail. Victoria Point, Qld.
A family of thrips living inside a curled dead gum leaf. Belbowrie, Qld.
A pair of thrips establish a new brood on a dead gum leaf. Belbowrie, Qld.
Sea snails remind me of weird little elephants. This one explores a mangrove leaf. Rules Beach, QLD.
Cranopygia sp. earwig found under bark. Mitchell, Qld.
Lazy Winter Days
Cane toads snuggle in the warmth of a woodchip pile. Kyogle, NSW.
Roly poly unrolling from a rolled up position. Kyogle, NSW.
Millipede grazes on mossy bark at the base of a tree trunk. Kyogle, NSW.
Millipede and its tiny Mite friend graze on moss at the bas of a tree trunk. Kyogle, NSW.
The sex bits of a millipede take the place of a missing pair of legs. Kyogle, NSW.
White flat-backed millipede (Diplopoda) tries to find shelter after it's log nest was disturbed. Bunya Mountains, Qld.
Earwig nymphs search for a safe place to hide after the nest was disturbed by yours truly. These were still with their parent inside a rotting log. Bunya Mountains, QLD.
Large earwig partially hidden in her nest. Bunya Mountains, Qld.
Tiny pill bug explores a rain soaked piece of rotting timber. Kyogle, NSW.
Millipedes don't have 1000 legs. Kyogle, NSW.
Peron's Tree Frog
Peron's tree frog (Litoria peronii). Mt Coot-tha, QLD.