|A few of the Redeye gathering on just one tree - and many had flown away as I approached.|
|A successful suitor.|
|Redeye nymph cases; on the left-hand one the split can be seen along the back where the adult emerged.|
|Sap-sucking Hemipteran, Kata Tjuta, central Australia.|
Cicadas all have such a proboscis (more properly a rostrum), both as nymphs and adults, though it is generally kept tucked away under the body.
|Yellow Monday Cyclochila australasiae.|
This lovely cicada is very common and comes in a somewhat bewildering array of forms, including the Masked Devil, form spreta, pictured below from the Blue Moutains.
|Masked Devil, still the same species as the Yellow Monday.|
|Cicada, Cuenca, 2500 metres above sea level, Ecuador.|