Gurulmundi Squeaker Atrapsalta sp. (cf. siccana)
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Species number (TNS): 409. Fore wing length: 15–17 mm. Distribution and seasonality: Known only from Gurulmundi State Forest north of Miles and from west of Mundubbera in southern Queensland. Adults occur from September until at least December. It can be a locally common species. Notable localities: Gurulmundi. Habitat: Heathland margins, open forest and woodland. Calling song and behaviour: Sharp clicks and occasionally double-clicks, uttered in a similar fashion to the song of Bulloak Squeaker, but with a smoother tone. A mobile species that prefers to sit on the trunks of trees and sometimes on burnt timber. Similar species: Bulloak Squeaker, Bark Squeaker (species complex).
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