Southern Red-eyed Squeaker Popplepsalta notialis notialis (Popple, 2013)
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Species number (TNS): 434. Fore wing length: 14–17 mm. Distribution and seasonality: A warm temperate distribution from Gerroa on the south coast of New South Wales north to near Monto in south-east Queensland and west to Mt Moffatt in central Queensland. Adults occur from late September to February. Notable localities: Sydney, Gosford, Coonabarabran, Armidale, Toowoomba, Rathdowney. Habitat: Eucalypt woodland and open forest. Also urban parks and gardens around Sydney. Calling song and behaviour: A long buzz followed by a slow to moderately-paced emission of alternating long and short chirps. Adults sit on the upper branches and in foliage of trees and shrubs. Similar species: Sprinkler Squeaker, Maraca Squeaker, also see Inland Sprinkler Squeaker (different subspecies) and hybrids between the subspecies.
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