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Subfamily Cicadinae


Moth / Fly combo - Neotibicen canicularis Tibicen lyricen - Neotibicen lyricen - male TX Cicada with grooves behind head? - Neotibicen tibicen Cicada Larvae? - Unknown - Neotibicen Cicada ID? - Cacama moorei Florida Cicada - Neotibicen davisi ID Please - Neotibicen tibicen

Diceroprocta viridifascia - male - female Beameria venosa - male Unknown - Diceroprocta olympusa cicada III - Diceroprocta apache Cicada - Diceroprocta apache-cinctifera-semicincta Tiny, tiny cicada - Pacarina puella Diceroprocta azteca Arizona Cicada for ID - Diceroprocta - male

I think this is a young Cicada - Neocicada hieroglyphica cicada - Neocicada hieroglyphica Hieroglyph Cicada? - Neocicada hieroglyphica Emergence of Cicada - Neocicada hieroglyphica Cicada ID Request - Neocicada hieroglyphica Cicada - Neocicada hieroglyphica Neocicada hieroglyphica - female March-0BG.2011.J.05 - Neocicada hieroglyphica

Zammara smaragdula

Please help ID? Cicada Exoskeleton Cicada Exoskeleton Cicada Exoskeleton This bug kinda looks like an alien to me. Just wondering what it is. Is this a mole cricket - the eyes look wrong and I did not expect one to be 18 inches above the soil Is this a mole cricket - the eyes look wrong and I did not expect one to be 18 inches above the soil Cicada nymph