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Cicada I think - Diceroprocta eugraphica

Cicada I think - Diceroprocta eugraphica
Alamogordo, Otero County, New Mexico, USA
June 25, 2010
Size: 33mm
Maybe this image will help with id?

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Cicada I think - Diceroprocta eugraphica Cicada I think - Diceroprocta eugraphica Cicada I think - Diceroprocta eugraphica Cicada I think - Diceroprocta eugraphica

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Diceroprocta eugraphica
Identified for us by Kathy Hill, who notes that the waxy bloom on this specimen probably indicates that it emerged from the nymphal exuviae recently.

The dark thoracic markings appear to be characteristic, although they are somewhat concealed by the waxy bloom.

 
Thanks for the id.
I also added a guide page.

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