Kimberley Rattler Illyria ignis Emery, Emery and Ong, 2022
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Species number (TNS): 041, 042. Fore wing length: 23–27 mm. Distribution and seasonality: Found in the Kimberley region of Western Australia from Kings Sound east to the Northern Territory border. Adults are present from October to January. Notable localities: Kununurra (S. Ong), Mount Elizabeth. Habitat: Eucalypt woodland and acacia scrubland. Calling song and behaviour: A coarse, persistent rattle, interspersed with regular buzzing. Adults occur in loose aggregations on the branches and stems of shrubs and trees. Similar species: Rattler (species complex).
Kimberley Rattler
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