Species number (TNS): 495.Fore wing length:23–33 mm.Distribution and seasonality:From Goomburra and Mount Tamborine in south-east Queensland south along the Great Dividing Range and outlying peaks through New South Wales to Mt Ainslie in the Australian Capital Territory. Adults occur from October to February.Notable localities: Girraween National Park, Mt Kaputar, Armidale, Mt Ainslie.Habitat: This species is usually found in tall open forest on mountain slopes. It occasionally occurs in groves of montane mallee, heathland and she-oak forest.Calling song and behaviour:Rapid ticking interspersed with low-pitched "zeeep-zeep" phrases that give the song a ventriloquial quality. Males call whilst stationary. Adults prefer to sit on the upper limbs, where they are hard to observe.Similar species:Robust Ambertail, Clicking Ambertail.