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Silver-Bellied Cicada - Neotibicen tibicen

Silver-Bellied Cicada - Neotibicen tibicen
Moccasin Lake, Winston, Douglas County, Georgia, USA
September 5, 2008
Size: Length 51 mm
Found this Cicada on patio early morning. As with others that I have found, it is dying, but still barely alive. Total length was measured at 51 mm. Body length 35 mm, wing length 41 mm, width across eyes (outside measurement) 14 mm.

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Moved from Swamp Cicada.

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Tibicen tibicen (=chloromera)
The cicada pictured is a very typical example of the "swamp cicada", Tibicen tibicen (=T. chloromera) seen throughout much of the Southeast. This particular typlogy is characteristic of the more inland areas and higher elevations (i.e. the Upper Coastal Plain/Fall-line Hills, Piedmont Plateau, Cumberland Plateau, and Appalachia).

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