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More Exuvia Found Today at Fairview

Cicada nymph shell

Not much to report here either. After checking out the entire cemetery which took a few hours. I only managed to find one exuvia on a pine tree. I suspect it is T. canicularis due to its size. Unfortunately, I was not able to tell gender because the tip of the abdomen was stuck in heavy pine resin. When I removed the shell, it just crumbled to nothing. Oh, well, enjoy the pictures though!

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