Kimberley Frog Squawker
Pauropsalta agasta Owen and Moulds, 2016
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Species number (TNS):
Fore wing length:
Distribution and seasonality:
Found in the Kimberley region of north
Western Australia. Adults occur from
October to January.
Eucalypt woodland. Populations are
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.
Top End Frog Squawker.
Currently known extent