Small Rusty Bullet Tryella castanea (Distant, 1905)
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Previously referred to as Abricta castanea. Species number (TNS):        531. Fore wing length:               17–22 mm. Distribution and seasonality:  The Kimberley region of Western Australia east through the adjacent northern half of the Northern Territory to Burketown in Queensland. Adults occur from October to April. Notable localities:            Kununurra, Victoria River, Adelaide River, Tennant Creek, Borroloola. Habitat:                                   Open woodland. Calling song and behaviour:    A wavering hiss. Adults sit on the stems of trees and shrubs. Similar species:                 Small Maroon Bullet, Large Rusty Bullet (species complex).
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