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Annual Cicada - Unknown Species - Neotibicen winnemanna

Annual Cicada - Unknown Species - Neotibicen winnemanna
Ooltewah, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA
July 13, 2014
Attracted to UV light.

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pruinosus-winnemanna zone
Note that cicadas in the "pruinosus-winnemanna" group exhibit overlap in e. TN

The cicada below from nearby is very pruinosus-like

Tibicen winnemanna
Female, most likely T. winnemanna, but could also be Tibicen pruinosus. The relationship between these two species is complicated and is most likely clinal.

 
Very well put :)
Good info and details - and it's still a bit of a "complex mess"

 
Thanks
The more I read into identifying them to species, the more confused I became. It's a mess :)

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