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Spiky angular broken twiggy; 20mm both ways; very long and very spiky legs - the rear pair folded back along body and not touching ground; at rest wings closed into a very tight bundle and held square so the whole creature forms a 'T' shape.
This one on exterior wall at night near open eucalyptus forest.
I had no idea these were in Australia until I saw this one. After seeing some others on Noah I was slightly surprised at the small size. Very satisfying to find though. This one is an introduced species in... http://www.dpi.vic.gov.au/agriculture/pe...