Subtropical Red-eyed Squeaker
Popplepsalta subtropica (Popple, 2013)
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Distribution and seasonality:
Subtropical Queensland from near
Herveys Range west of Townsville and
the White Mountains south to near
Mundubbera in inland Queensland.
Adults occur during November and
Auburn River via Mundubbera,
Usually found on ironbark and box
eucalypts growing in sandy soils.
Calling song and behaviour:
A fast maraca-like call, with alternating
long and short chirps. Adults sit in the
foliage and on the upper branches of
Hughenden Red-eyed Squeaker.
dr-pop.net database record
Currently known extent