Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
D. reperta Uhler,?
Diceroprocta viridifascia was historically divided into 2 forms, one of which is better treated as a distinct taxon (or with Diceroprocta vitripennis
Atlantic Coast: VA, NC, SC, GA, FL (perhaps a little further north than VA)
Gulf Coast: FL, AL, MS, LA, & TX
D. viridifascia ranges from the mid-Atlantic (Delmarva region) south into Florida. Its distribution around Florida is often patchy, but it can be abundant. This cicada can be found on both the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the state, but seems to range only as far north as the "Big Bend" region of Florida in the west and appears absent along the Panhandle (?).
This species is common all around the Florida coast and abundant in the Palm Beach area. (as stated here
Coastal Maritime forests, salt marshes, coastal marshes and dune vegetative communities.
Rarely more than a couple miles or so from the coast.
This cicada is an annual species with multiple overlapping generations.
Likely several plant groups (seems abundant on perennial grasses, Poaceae).
Among the dunes, the nymphs and shells are common on Uniola sp. (Poaceae)
Likely a couple years or so with overlapping generations