New England Grass Buzzer Myopsalta wollomombii (Coombs, 1995)
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Male
Female
Originally described as Urabunana wollomombii. Species number (TNS): 300. Fore wing length: 15–16 mm. Distribution and seasonality: From near Inglewood and Applethorpe in southern Queensland south to the Wollomombi River near Armidale and also to the northern part of the Hunter Valley in New South Wales. Adults are present from November to January. Notable localities: Applethorpe, Singleton. Habitat: Open grassland and grassy woodland. Calling song and behaviour: A repetitive, but pleasant buzzing call. Males sing during periods of sunshine; never in unison. Similar species: Lesser Smoky Buzzer.
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