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What Kind Of Cicada? - Megatibicen figuratus

What Kind Of Cicada? - Megatibicen figuratus
Montrose, Laurens County, Georgia, USA
September 4, 2016
Cicadas come in two flavors in this area: Black or green, take yer choice. This is the first deviation from that color scheme I have seen since moving into the area 23 years ago.

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What Kind Of Cicada? - Megatibicen figuratus What Kind Of Cicada? - Megatibicen figuratus

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