Auburn Crop Duster Diemeniana neboissi Burns, 1858
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Female
Species number (TNS):        150. Fore wing length:               : 18–22 mm. Distribution and seasonality:  Restricted to a small area of valleys to the west of Kosciusko National Park, from Khancoban in New South Wales and west to near Mount Beauty. Adults occur during December and January. Notable localities:        Corryong, Towong. Habitat:                                   Closed grassland. Calling song and behaviour:    A long or short buzz ending in a characteristic stutter, often repeated. A more widespread cicada, Crop Duster, has an identical calling song. Adults sit on the stems of grasses and occasionally small shrubs. Similar species:                      Crop Duster.
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