Gudanga emmotti Ewart and Popple, 2013
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Species number (TNS):
Fore wing length:
Distribution and seasonality:
Restricted to an area from north
of Windorah to the Stonehenge
district in western Queensland.
Adults have been observed from
January to March.
Typically associated with Mulga
(Acacia aneura) or Red Mulga (A.
Calling song and behaviour:
A series of distinct triple chirps,
with the first chirp longer than the
two that follow. The phrases are
emitted at a fast rate. Adults sit
on the main trunks and upper
branches of trees. Males will
cease calling and move to a
different tree when disturbed.
Mulga Blackwing, Southern
Brigalow Blackwing, Kalgoorlie
dr-pop.net database record
Currently known extent
Recording provided by A. Ewart