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Dog-day Cicada - Neotibicen canicularis

Dog-day Cicada - Neotibicen canicularis
Marlton, Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
September 6, 2008
Size: Maybe around 31 mm?
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Moved from Scissor-grinder.

Tibicen canicularis
33 mm = slightly > 1 inch (Too Small for T. auletes)

Tibicen auletes is our largest cicada!
It has light tannish-grayish eyes (striking eyes) and when teneral is typically "mint-green" (on rare occasions red - very scarce color form).

Tibicen canicularis is a highly variable species in color and pattern. It is also one of the most common Tibicen species in the Northeast.

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