Clermont Squeaker Atrapsalta sp. (cf. siccana)
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Male
Species number (TNS): 421. Fore wing length: 15–17 mm. Distribution and seasonality: Central Queensland, from Belyando Crossing south to Clermont. Adults have been observed from November to January. Notable localities: Clermont. Habitat: Open woodland and regrowth. Adults can occasionally be found on telegraph poles. Calling song and behaviour: A fast, tapping call. Adults typically sit on the main trunks of eucalypts and other trees. Similar species: Bulloak Squeaker, Callitris Squeaker.
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Female