Red Ringer Yoyetta sp. (cf. abdominalis)
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Male
Species number (TNS):        512. Fore wing length:               25–31 mm. Distribution and seasonality:  From the Greater Sydney region west to near Bathurst in central New South Wales. Adults occur during December and January. Notable localities:               Royal National Park, Wambool Nature Reserve. Habitat:                                   Eucalypt forest and woodland, often with a layer of shrubs or heath. Calling song and behaviour:    A high frequency fluttering call with phrases begin fast and then slowing down, ending with an upward inflection. Singing occurs throughout the day. Adults sit on the stems and upper branches of eucalypts and large shrubs. Similar species:                    Subalpine Firetail.
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