Brigalow Tiger Kobonga sp. (cf. apicata)
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Species number (TNS): 193. Fore wing length: 23–29 mm. Distribution and seasonality: From near Moura south-east to near Millmerran in Queensland and south-west to Goolgowi in southern New South Wales. Adults occur from November to February. Notable localities: Lake Broadwater. Habitat: Semi-arid scrublands and shrublands, including Brigalow (Acacia harpophylla) dominated vegetation. Calling song and behaviour: A series of repeated, sharp, metallic "twangs". Males call at sporadic intervals throughout the day. Adults sit on the inner branches of Brigalow (Acacia harpophylla), as well as other trees and large shrubs. Similar species: Western Tiger.
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