I posted the following photo in the ID request section and it moved/classified by someone down to the Family Cicadidae. I can tell from some searching that it's more specifically in the genus tibicen/neotibicen, but it's hard to determine species as there's some variation and similarity in coloring between them. You can do a search for image ID "cesjulycicada" on the site to bring it up. Any help in getting the ID more specifically?
I wrote a blog post about it (http://themeanderingscientist.com/2017/08/02/depth-of-field-6-cicada-days/) and included a University of Florida chart that shows from the timing of the photo (July 28th), that the Tibicen species it could be are lyricen, tibicen, similaris, resonans, and auletes. Anyone care to suggest a more specific ID? I always like to identify things I discover.
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