Buzzing Stubby-wing Noongara sp. (cf. issoides)
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Male
Species number (TNS): 245. Fore wing length: 15–19 mm. Distribution and seasonality: From the far north-western corner of Victoria west through arid parts of South Australia, including the Nullarbor Plain the southern third Western Australia as far as near Mullewa. Adults occur from late September to February. Notable localities: (Near) Salmon Gums, Balladonia. Habitat: Open shrubland and low mallee woodland. Calling song and behaviour: A high-pitched buzzing call with regular brief pauses. Calling males sit on small shrubs and timber, where they remain fairly sedentary. Similar species: None; a distinctive cicada.
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