Kimberley Frog Squawker Pauropsalta agasta Owen and Moulds, 2016
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Species number (TNS): 701. Fore wing length: 27–31 mm. Distribution and seasonality: Found in the Kimberley region of north Western Australia. Adults occur from October to January. Notable localities: Mitchell Plateau. Habitat: Eucalypt woodland. Populations are highly localised. Calling song and behaviour: Deep notes, similar to the croaking of a frog. Males often call in unison. Adults perch on the main trunks of eucalypts and other trees. Like many Pauropsalta species, adults in this species complex are quite mobile. Similar species: Top End Frog Squawker.
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