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Big bug - Okanagana canadensis

Big bug - Okanagana canadensis
Saint John, NB, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
October 10, 2013
What kind of bug is this?

O. canadensis (?)
In your are, you have 2 species in the Genus Okanagana.
The pallid orangish coloration in this cicada vs. the typically brighter colors seen in O. rimosa makes me lean towards O. canadensis.

Moved from ID Request.

Genus Okanagana
Looks like an Okanagana cicada of some sort to me. As to the exact species of Okanagana, I'm not exactly sure. Maybe Bill Reynolds can figure it out for you.


Good morning, this is a Cicada, family Cicadidae.

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