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Unknown cicada from Arizona - Diceroprocta swalei - male

Unknown cicada from Arizona - Diceroprocta swalei - Male
Molino Basin, Santa Catalina Mountains, elev. ~4,000 ft., Pima County, Arizona, USA
June 21, 2010
Size: Small for a cicada
Different habitat than Molino Canyon Overlook. Here it is oak and juniper.

Moved
Moved from Cicadinae.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Diceroprocta (swalei???)... I think
Several of these southwestern species are highly variable from locality to locality. Based on the heavy infuscations (Dark Smoky "Zig-Zag" across the wing), D. swalei would be my guess!

Very nice cicada - Excellent!

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