Pilbara Squawker Pauropsalta sinavilla Owen and Moulds, 2016
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Species number (TNS): 876. Fore wing length: 17–22 mm. Distribution and seasonality: So far known only from the western portion of the Pilbara between the Ashburton and Sherlock River catchments. Adults occur between October and February (after rainfall). Notable localities: House Creek (Simon lab). Habitat: Eucalypt woodland along watercourses . Calling song and behaviour: Simple, low-pitched, buzzing phrases, repeated at a rate of one every ~2.0 seconds. Adults sit on the trunks and upper branches of eucalypts. Similar species: Kathy’s Squawker.
Currently known extent
dr-pop.net database record
Male