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A Diceroprocta perhaps? - Diceroprocta eugraphica

A Diceroprocta perhaps? - Diceroprocta eugraphica
Dragoon Mts, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
June 23, 2010
So may of these flying around the mesquite/creosote/acacia habitat in June.

Moved from Tibicen.

Diceroprocta olympusa
the wide thorax and short, stout abdomen are distinctive

Unlikely D. olympusa in Arizona
D. olympusa is southeastern in distribution (mostly Florida peninsula west into panhandle).

Moved from Tibicen.

Moved from ID Request.

Hmmmm - ???
Similar to

I'm not sure (I had thought as you do), but a few others seem to lean towards "Tibicen". For now, that's where images of similar cicadas to yours have ended up.

...for your help on this, Bill. It does resemble the Tibicens photos above.

Still not 100% sure it's Tibicen :)
...but we'll keep it here 'til we know better.

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