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Cicada- male - Diceroprocta apache - male

Cicada- male - Diceroprocta apache - Male
Indio, Riverside County, California, USA
August 16, 2011
Size: 2.7 cm
Was singing in a tree when caught. Continued to sing in net.

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Cicada- male - Diceroprocta apache - male Cicada- male? - Diceroprocta apache Cicada- male? - Diceroprocta apache

Moved

Moved
Moved from Diceroprocta.

D. apache
Vincent,

I emailed Dr. Allen Sanborn (Cicada Taxonomist, Barry University, Miami, FL) with your photos of this and the other Diceroprocta cicada in question.

He confirms that both of these are Diceroprocta apache.

- Bill

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Hmm... Interesting
Hmmm... Interesting. I was thinking Diceroprocta apache, but the pronotal collar is greenish on your specimen, while the D. apache cicadas that I've seen have an orange pronotal collar.

I'll look around and see if I can find any more info.

BTW - This is definitely a male.

- Bill

 
D. apache is what I thought i
D. apache is what I thought it was as well (from the pictures already on BugGuide), but I really don't know much about cicadas.

Need a Ventral view and body size
Could you upload one photo each of the undersides of your two specimens and sharper photos of the pronotums, please? Also, need size data.

That'll make them a little easier to identify and sex.

Thanks,

-Bill

 
Would a full ventral or a mor
Would a full ventral or a more abdominal ventral shot be best?

 
Full
A full ventral view would be best. Don't worry about getting all of the wings in on the ventral view.

Thanks,

- Bill

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