At least 5 species of ant remains can be found in this small sample of echidna scat. Woodgate, Qld.
Echidnas love to eat ants, as evidenced by this closeup of echidna scat. Woodgate, Qld.
Lumpy red springtail navigating a rotten log. Woodgate, Qld.
Profile view of a beautiful, spotted globular springtail (Hexapoda, Collembola). Woodgate, Qld.
Spotty Collembola II
Globular springtail wandering about in leaf litter. Woodgate, Qld.
My collembola don't want none unless you've got buns hun! Woodgate, Qld.
Spotty Collembola I
Globular springtail wandering about on mouldy bark in leaf litter. Woodgate, Qld.
Head Louse on Paper Towel II
Mean pincers on a head louse show how they cling to hair so easily. Woodgate, Qld.
Head Louse on Paper Towel
Small head louse removed from human hair. Woodgate, Qld.
Head Louse on a Comb
Head louse combed out of hair, covered in an oily spray. Woodgate, Qld.
Belly of the Beast
Human head louse climbs through hair with her eggs nearby. Woodgate, Qld.
Head Louse Egg
Well attached to a human hair. Woodgate, Qld.
Terrestrial snails only a few millimetres long have babies that are even smaller. This is a baby snail found on rotting wood. Kyogle, NSW.
A bluebottle jellyfish stranded on the beach. This is a detail shot of the polyps that hang under the float. Woodgate, Qld.