Kimberley Whiner Macrotristria douglasi Burns, 1964
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Male
Includes Macrotristria worora Burns, 1964 Species number (TNS): 055, 069, 072. Fore wing length: 32–38 mm. Distribution and seasonality: Widespread in the Kimberley region of Western Australia and the adjacent Victoria River district of the Northern Territory, from Joe Creek west to Mount Hart, north to Mitchell Falls and south to Purnululu National Park. Adults occur during November and December. Notable localities: Keep River National Park, Mitchell Plateau, Lennard Gorge. Habitat: Low eucalypt woodland. Calling song and behaviour: A strong, continuous whine followed by a distinctive pulsing component. Adults sit on the main trunks and upper branches of small trees. Similar species: None, a distinctive cicada.
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