Herberton Squawker Pauropsalta ewarti Owen and Moulds, 2016
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Species number (TNS): 384. Fore wing length: 27–31 mm. Distribution and seasonality: Known from the Herberton Range south to near Gordonvale in north-eastern Queensland. Adults occur from December to February. Notable localities: Herberton. Habitat: Eucalypt woodland. Calling song and behaviour: Has two components. The first component consists of a long buzz. The second component contains a strident series of chirps. Calling males generally occur on the main trunks or upper branches of eucalypts. They call during periods of sunshine. Similar species: Tropical Orange Squawker, Dusty Squawker, Fairy Dust Squawker, Herveys Range Squawker.
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