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Manuka or Tea
May be Leptospermum trinervium. (Paperbark
Found in Tea
A coarse shrub resembling a ti tree. Seed ...
This banded beetle is a tiny species which feds on
Small shrub, < 1m high
Spotted in a local garden
Body length 10mm
Light green inflorescence on a tall tree. ...
Can only make out wriggly shapes signifying insects!
a species of evergreen shrub or small tree ...
Leptospermum laevigatum, commonly known as the Coastal
An attractive leaf beetle feeding (unusually) on
Hemispherical leaf beetle with golden spots
This guy was trying to steal the paper tag on my
Basal rosette of leaves covered in downy silver hairs.
A small mottled coloured weevil, maybe half inch long.
A soldier beetle with short wings and even shorter elytra.
One of the larger castiarina species with two bands of yellow.
An orange cerambycid beetle found on flowering
Deciduous forest mostly, but found on a Tea ...
Leptospermum scoparium (manuka, manuka myrtle, New Zealand teatree, broom ...
An early jewel beetle on flowering tea ...
feeding on the nectar of flowering tea ...
Tea-tree based on the leaf shape. Member ...
This black jewel beetle has two transverse yellow stripes extending completely ...
A small leaf beetle feeding on tea
Christmas trees. Very fragrant. Leaves can ...
Houston area...this tree smells Soooooooo ...
Cluster of black winged bugs on a maple