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A weird little nymph with antish abdomen, shiny orange wing covers and bugish antennae. About 12mm long. It also looks very much like a bull-ant at this stage.
On Olearia sp. leaves in a large mixed veg nature reserve.
Still need to check this closely.
Juan has pointed out the stabbing mouth part therefore Hemipteran nymph.
Going by the antennal segments and rounded abdomen I'm now checking Miridae nymphs.