Nososticta solida (Orange Threadtail)
IUCN Status: Not Assessed.
Identifying animals is hard. There are a surprising number of orange and black damselfly species in Australia. Sometimes you can look at their distribution (the areas where they live) to help narrow down the field, but often that no help.
See the higher orange line on its thorax
? The shape of that one making is the key identifying feature of this species! What's crazy is that once you've seen an animal, and it's associated similar species often, something in your brain clicks, and you can often just know this stuff very quickly, by it's shape, behaviour etc. Birders call this jizz