1) Alpine skipper - An Alpine skipper rests on its overnight perch
1) Alpine skipper
2) Alpine skipper - dew laden - Dew-laden alpine skipper rests on its overnight perch - Kanangra-Boyd Wilderness Area NSW
2) Alpine skipper - dew laden
3) Alpine skipper - frost encrusted - With built-in antifreeze, alpine insects are able to survive temperatures down to minus 5 celsius.
3) Alpine skipper - frost encrusted
4) Alpine skipper pair with dew - Heavily laden with dew these alpine skippers await the warmth of the morning sun - Kanagra Boyd Wilderness Area, NSW
4) Alpine skipper pair with dew
5) Blue damselfly - dew laden - This damselfly, heavily laden with dew awaits the sun's warmth. Kanangra-Boyd Wilderness Area NSW
5) Blue damselfly - dew laden
6) Cicada emerged - This black-prince cicada, now fully extracted from its nymph shell, pumps blood into its wings.
6) Cicada emerged
7) Cicada emerging from nymph shell - Adult cicada emerging from its nymph-casing.
7) Cicada emerging from nymph shell
8) Correa brown - dew laden - Dew-laden Correa brown butterfly clings to its overnight perch - Kanangra-Boyd Wilderness area NSW
8) Correa brown - dew laden
9) Damselfly - dew laden - Damselfly slowly thaws on its overnight perch - Kanangra-Boyd Wilderness Area NSW
9) Damselfly - dew laden
10) Dominula Skipper - A flower becomes the overnight perch for this Dominula skipper - Kanangra-Boyd Wilderness Area NSW
10) Dominula Skipper
11) Dragonfly - dew laden - This dragonfly slowly moves its wings as it thaws from the overnight cold - Kanangra-Boyd Wilderness Area NSW
11) Dragonfly - dew laden
12) Green Damselfly - dew laden - Green damselfly rests on its overnight perch - Kanangra-Boyd Wilderness Area NSW
12) Green Damselfly - dew laden
13) Green Lacewing - dew laden - Dew-laden green lacewing awaits the morning sun - Kanangra-Boyd Wilderness Area NSW
13) Green Lacewing - dew laden
14) Green tree ants - A colony of green tree-ants prepare to make their nest - Litchfield NP, Northern Territory
14) Green tree ants
15) Jewel bugs - Jewel bugs and their silhouettes on leaf - Mary's River, Northern Territory.
15) Jewel bugs
16) Mayfly - dew laden - Mayfly begins to thaw from the overnight cold - Kanangra-Boyd Wilderness Area NSW
16) Mayfly - dew laden
17) Mayfly - dew laden 2 - Dew-laden Mayfly on its overnight perch - Kanangra-Boyd Wilderness Area NSW
17) Mayfly - dew laden 2
18) Moth camouflage - Resembling a fallen leaf this moth blends in with its environment
18) Moth camouflage
19) Praying Mantid-1 - A praying mantid awaits its prey
19) Praying Mantid-1
20) Red dragonfly - dew laden - Heavily laden with dew, this dragonfly is immobilized until it receives the warmth from the early morning sun - Kanangra-Boyd...
20) Red dragonfly - dew laden
21) Red Dragonfly2 - Dew-laden dragonfly awaits the early morning sun - Kanangra-Boyd Wilderness Area NSW
21) Red Dragonfly2
22) Silver xenica - dew laden - Heavily dew-laden silver xenica butterfly on overnight perch - Kanangra-Boyd Wilderness Area NSW
22) Silver xenica - dew laden
23) Silver xenica pair - A pair of Silver xenica butterflies cling to their overnight perch - Kanangra-Boyd Wilderness Area NSW
23) Silver xenica pair
24) Silver xenica pair2 - A pair of silver xenica butterflies - Kanangra-Boyd Wilderness Area NSW
24) Silver xenica pair2