Acacia Beetls often lay their eggs in the dead, curled tip of a young leaf. I don't know if they make the leaf like this or if it's a coincidence. I saw a wasp similar to this one on a few different clutches of beetle eggs and I know wasps like to parasitise other insect eggs. I don't know if that's a coincidence either. Oxley Creek, QLD.
Tiny wasp, less than 1mm in length, appears to lay eggs in a gum leaf. I could see the shimmering wings with the naked eye but the wasps were so pale I couldn't make out any features, or tell it was a wasp. Anstead, QLD.
I thought this hairy little moth/fly creature sitting on our patio tiles was a lump of dirt until I looked through the viewfinder. It's about 3mm across and had trouble in a light breeze. Its head is tucked in underneath. Toowong, QLD.