Victorian Firetail Yoyetta kershawi (Goding and Froggatt, 1904)
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Male
Previously considered conspecific with Yoyetta denisoni. Species number (TNS): 780. Fore wing length: 28–35 mm. Distribution and seasonality: From Brown Mountain near Bega in southern New South Wales south into eastern Victoria. Adults occur from late November to January. Notable localities: Mt Dandenong, Morwell National Park. Habitat: Cool temperate eucalypt forest. Calling song and behaviour: Unknown. At times it is an abundant species, but the males are difficult to observe due to their active nature. Similar species: Brown Firetail, Black Firetail, Southern Treetop Ticker.
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