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Female M. septendecim - Magicicada septendecim - female

Female M. septendecim - Magicicada septendecim - Female
Hedgesville, Berkeley County, West Virginia, USA
June 5, 2004
A female M. septendecim ovipositing on a branch. She uses her ovipositor to pierce the branch and insert up to 600 eggs inside the branch.

I love this image! I'm compos
I love this image! I'm composing a presentation for a class in soil geomorphology and I was wondering if it is possible to use your image?

I will add your name to the citations and full credit will be given.

If not I understand fully, thanks for adding the image!

Not a problem
Sure thing Elliott as long as proper credit is given feel free.


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