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Still More Cicadas Found at St. Patrick Cemetery

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Still More Cicadas Found at St. Patrick Cemetery

Tibicen canicularis cicada

8:15 AM - I found a newly emerged Cicada on one of the Ash trees I have been visiting a lot lately. This Ash tree is the tree where I discovered my first 2 T. lyricen Cicadas of the year and the one that Mickey said was diseased.

No deformities on this T. canicularis. I find 2 others on a pine tree. I noticed one Cicada on a Maple tree that failed to emerge from the shell properly. It's head is missing. I noticed that a wasp landed on it and seemed to be taking pieces away.

Unfortuately I forgot to snap a picture of this. My apologies.

Date Posted: 2004-08-19 Comments: (0) Show CommentsHide Comments


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