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KorinneM wrote:
13 min ago
From iNat:

realamata suggested an ID
Stiromesostenus
Genus Stiromesostenus
a member of Ichneumonid Wasps Family Ichneumonidae
Orange body and black head with white centred antennae and white marks on the compound eyes are key features of the Stiromesostenus genus.

simon__taylor suggested an ID
Stiromesostenus
Genus Stiromesostenus
a member of Ichneumonid Wasps Family Ichneumonidae
It's more the tiny areolet with 3r-m absent. Not all Stiromesostenus species are orange.

Stiromesostenus sp. (genus)
KorinneM wrote:
16 min ago
Tony_d on iNaturalist:

Tanypodinae
Tanypods
Subfamily Tanypodinae
Based on wing venation.

Ceratopogonidae (family)
KorinneM wrote:
21 min ago
Tony_d on iNaturalist:
Calyptratae
Calyptrate Flies
Zoosubsection Calyptratae
It won't be Senostoma by the face lacking a bulging carina between the antennae. Could be Helina (Muscidae) but would need wing venation to rule in or out.

Calyptrate (subsection)
plants wrote:
1 hr ago
Most likely E.obstans.

Eucalyptus obstans
Tapirlord wrote:
1 hr ago
One of the coastal mallee gums I think

Eucalyptus obstans

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