Brown Firetail Yoyetta sp. (cf. denisoni)
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Male
Species number (TNS):        509. Fore wing length:               29–32 mm. Distribution and seasonality: From Kroombit Tops in central Queensland south to near Moruya in New South Wales and Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory. Adults occur from November to January. Notable localities:               Mt Mee, Tamborine Mountain, Cunningham’s Gap, Gibraltar Range, Ku-ring-Gai Chase National Park, Berry, Black Mountain (Canberra). Habitat:                                   Wet sclerophyll forest, open forest with heath and temperate woodland. Calling song and behaviour:    Low frequency, repeated "zop, zop, zop, zop, zop, zop", mainly emitted whilst in flight. Singing can occur throughout the day and also during moonlit nights. Males rest high on the upper branches of trees. Females sometimes occur in shrubs and low trees. Similar species:                    Black Firetail.
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