Kathy’s Squawker Pauropsalta katherina Owen and Moulds, 2016
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Male
Other name(s): Spinifex Squawker. Species number (TNS): 692. Fore wing length: 16–20 mm. Distribution and seasonality: Arid areas from the central inland of Western Australia east through the central part of the Northern Territory to the eastern edge of the Simpson Desert in western Queensland. Adults can be found during January and February after rainfall. Notable localities: Mount Robinson, Tilmouth (both Simon lab). Habitat: Spinifex grassland. Calling song and behaviour: Drawn-out, loud and low pitched "zeeeeeep" phrases, emitted irregularly. Males call from spinifex grass stems. Similar species: Flinders Squawker, Pilbara Squawker.
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