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A small cluster of about 5 of these appeared on a gum tree stem. Body length was about 18mm.
In a nature reserve adjacent to a large reservoir.
I wonder how so many adults would appear in one place when nymphs are highly mobile and self sufficient as they develop. Only two Gminatus species - Gminatus wallengreni seems to be more northerly distribution.