Uluru Grass-clicker Graminitigrina uluruensis Ewart, Popple and Hill, 2017
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Male
Species number (TNS): 863. Fore wing length: 13–16 mm. Distribution and seasonality: Known from three separate areas including Uluru–the Olgas, Tennant Creek and near Larrimah, all in the Northern Territory. Adults occur during January and February. Notable localities: Uluru (Simon lab). Habitat: Grassland with low, scattered trees. Calling song and behaviour: A ratchet-like call with each phrase containing sequences of clicks ending in a short chirp. Adults sit on grass stems. Similar species: Northern Grass-clicker, Southern Grass-clicker.
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Female