Cumberland Ambertail Yoyetta cumberlandi Emery, Emery and Popple, 2015
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Male
Species number (TNS): 480. Fore wing length: 24–29 mm. Distribution and seasonality: Known only from the western suburbs of Sydney. Adults occur from October to December. Notable localities: Bass Hill, Prospect (D. Emery), Wallacia, Rydalmere (B. Smith). Habitat: Populations occur in open forest usually near water. Calling song and behaviour: Short twin-chirps followed with a short low rattle and repeated. Adults have a preference for eucalypts such as Broad-leaved Red Ironbark (Eucalyptus fibrosa). They typically sit high on the main trunk and upper branches. Similar species: Zipping Ambertail, Silver Princess.
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Female