Duke Physeema convergens (Walker, 1850)
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Male
Previously referred to as Cicadetta convergens. Species number (TNS): 179. Fore wing length: 30–36 mm. Distribution and seasonality: South-west Western Australia from Guilderton east to Mount Ragged and Balladonia. Adults are present from November to February. Notable localities: Perth, Katanning, Waroona, Cape Riche. Habitat: Open forest, woodland and heath. Calling song and behaviour: A fast, loud, clicking call. Calling males are highly mobile. Adults rest on the trunks, branches and stems of trees and shrubs. Similar species: None, a distinctive species in the genus Physeema.
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