It was a beautiful morning and I was in Anglesea with some spare time. Perfect. The woodland off Harvey Street seemed like a good option and it proved to be a good choice.
The austrostipas, poas and austrodanthonias were flowering and waving in the slight breeze and as always look spectacular when backlit. There were a few plants flowering (pimeleas, peas, lomandras, an orchid or two, fringe-lilies, daisies and even a few violets), there were a few insects on the shrubs (dragonflies, damselflies, wasps, flies, ants, bees, moths and butterflies), there were one or two birds calling (but as it was midday I wasn't expecting too many) and I had the bush track all to myself. It was a delightful hour.
Thysanotus tuberosus subsp. tuberosus, Common Fringe Lily
Caladenia tentaculata Mantis Orchid
Day-flying moth. Family Crambidae, Corynophora lativittalis. Thanks MH.
Male Common Brown Heteronympha merope
Varied Sedge-skipper Hesperilla donnysa.
Metallic Jewel (Shield) Bug Scutiphora pedicellata
PS I'll update the IDs when I've done some homework. Any ideas?
Update: All sorted now. Thanks CT for help on the bug, MH for the moth and VWD and DM for the sedge-skipper butterfly.