Kimberley Squawker Pauropsalta similis Owen and Moulds, 2016
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Male
Species number (TNS): 684. Fore wing length: 18–25 mm. Distribution and seasonality: Occurs throughout the Top End of the Northern Territory, specifically in the area bounded by Darwin in the north-west, Kakadu National Park in the north-east, Cape Crawford in the south-east and Timber Creek in the south-west. Adults occur from October to February. Notable localities: Fitzroy Crossing, Kununurra, Keep River. Habitat: Eucalypt woodland, particularly in riverine areas. Calling song and behaviour: Simple repeated chirps, with each chirp typically followed by a brief click. Adults sit on the main trunks and upper branches of eucalypts. Similar species: Typewriter.
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