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Cicada? - Magicicada

Cicada? - Magicicada
10 mi W of August, Columbia County, Georgia, USA
April 16, 2011

Contribute to the Brood XIX 2011 distribution map
jlambert,

Please contribute to the Brood XIX 2011 distribution map!

Would you consider listing your Brood XIX Cicada sightings and images - as listed here on Bugguide - on the following web site as well?

Cicada info and study site
HOME page: www.masscic.org

Report a Sighting (all data is added to a current 2011 distribution map for Brood XIX)

Please cut and paste the link below, scroll down, fill out the requested fields and attach images.
http://www.masscic.org/report_broodxix_cicadas.php

Your help and contributions are greatly appreciated.

Bill Reynolds
Curator, Coordinator, & Containment Director of the Arthropod Zoo
NC Museum of Natural Sciences
11 West Jones Street
Raleigh, NC 27601-1029
(919) 733-7450 Ext. 512
bill.reynolds@ncdenr.gov

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Brood XIX
They are in fact scheduled to emerge in Georgia this year! They're a 13-year periodical cicada and are pretty widely distributed in the south east U.S.

I know this sounds lame but if you google it you can find plenty of info on the brood.

Wow, I've seen periodical cic
Wow, I've seen periodical cicadas a year early and a year late, but a month early portends a major hatch!

Maybe
Magicicada (Periodical Cicadas)

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