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More Tibicen auriferus from Kansas

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More Tibicen auriferus from Kansas

Well Gerry, this is probably the last cicada sighting I will post to wrap up my study for cicadas for this season. The only guys left are the occasional T. pronotalis and the remaining T. auriferus like this female. As summer turns into fall, I will be switching to studying grasshoppers and mantids. Hope to see you again for next season. I will keep you updated on your Facebook page of any cool stuff!

Date Posted: 2011-09-21 Comments: (0) Show Comments Hide Comments


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