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Cicada of what type? sex? - Neotibicen canicularis

Cicada of what type? sex? - Neotibicen canicularis
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
August 27, 2013
Size: with wings 1 to 2 in.

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Cicada of what type? sex? - Neotibicen canicularis Cicada of what type? sex? - Neotibicen canicularis Cicada of what type? sex? - Neotibicen canicularis

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Tibicen canciularis Female

 
Thank you
Complete amateur here, with a thing for cicadas, thank you.

 
Thank You
Please keep posting.

 
Bowing along the wing...
Bill, is the costal margin bowed like a T. linnei, or am I just seeing things?

 
yes to some degree
there are issues among the taxa with this trait! The bowing is not as strong as "expected" in linnei from nr. areas.

 
Okay, thank you.
Good to know.

Cheers

 
Bottom view
I also took a bottom view and then put her back where I found her.

 
venter looks like a cannie
canicularis

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