Rhis whitleyi

Rhis whitleyi – is notable for the development of the head, having the frons ending well forward of the eyes, the face receeding from antennal insertions to a receeding vibrassal angle (epistomal). The thorax and scutellum are similar in shape to This canus and Rhis popeae. The mesonotum typically has a pair of dark spots situated at the suture and with a thin medial longitudinal of similar colour between.

Early June 2008
Friendly Beaches

Late February 2017
Adventure Bay, Bruny Island
Sheltering under a burnt log on the beach.

Late September 2014
The Gardens, (North East Tas)