Eastern Grass Pygmy Punia queenslandica Moulds, 2020
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Species number (TNS): 461. Fore wing length: 9–11 mm. Distribution and seasonality: Coastal and subcoastal areas of north-east Queensland from Iron Range to Mt Storth. Adults have been observed between November and March. Habitat: Open grassland and grassy woodland. Calling song and behaviour: Low-pitched, stuttering chirps, rather like a cricket. Adults sit on the stems of grasses. Similar species: Top End Gass Pygmy, Pale Grass Pygmy, Small Grass Pygmy.
Recording provided by A. Ewart
dr-pop.net database record
Currently known extent
Male