Windy camp spot close to the beach, with the big working tent in the center
Hardly any space left in the car for the collectors…
Eucalyptus grandiflora, host of an undescribed plant bug of the phyline tribe Leucophoropterini
Only five of the many species of Acacia that provided Orthotylinae and Phylinae
Proteaceae, here represented by Banksia (background and upper right), Conospermum (upper left) and Grevillea (lower left), proved a reliable source of Miridae, but also hosted other true bugs such as Thaumastocoridae
Some of the 24 host plant species that revealed true bugs on a collecting site west of Kennedy Range National Park
Abandoned termite mount with new inhabitant: This harpactorine assassin bug (Reduviidae) hides in the crevices
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