Southern Smoky Sage Psaltoda seismella Popple and Moulds, 2021
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Male
Species number (TNS): 100. Fore wing length: 38–46 mm. Distribution and seasonality: From just north of Lake Tinaroo to the southern end of Paluma Range in Tropical northern Queensland. Adults are present from November to March. Notable localities: Lake Tinaroo, Malanda, Herberton Range, Paluma. Habitat: Tropical rainforest, typically at moderate to high elevations. Calling song and behaviour: The call has a series of rolling revs, emitted with a rattle-like quality, followed by a longer rattle, lasting a few seconds, then repeated. Males may sing in unison. Adults sit on the upper branches of rainforest trees. Similar species: Northern Smoky Sage.
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