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Magicicada 13-year broods - Magicicada

Magicicada 13-year broods - Magicicada
Original caption:
Distribution of the broods of the 13-year race of the Periodical Cicada (after Marlatt).
(Caption corrected, 17-year to 13-year 20 December 2015.)
From:
The periodical cicada / by Wm. J. Gerhard, Assoc. Curator of Insects. Leaflet (Field Museum of Natural History. Dept. of Zoology) ; no. 4 (1923).
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Note that the exact distribution indicated by the dots may have been superseded by more current research, but these maps serve to show the general distribution of 13-year and 17-year broods.

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We just located 100's of the
We just located 100's of the 13 year brood in Andrew Co. Missouri, which would be a new county according to this map. Thought I would share the info.

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