Black Mountain Tinkler Myopsalta parvula Popple, 2017
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Male
Female
Species number (TNS): 675. Fore wing length: 14–15 mm. Distribution and seasonality: Known only from the foothills of Black Mountain in the Australian Capital Territory and from near Omeo in Victoria. Adults occur sporadically during November. Notable localities: Black Mountain. Habitat: Found in grassy woodlands with a moderate slope. Calling song and behaviour: A soft, high-pitched, tinkling call. Adults typically occur in grass. Similar species: Fence Buzzer, Black Brigalow Buzzer, Bassian Buzzer.
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