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Which cicada? - Neotibicen lyricen

Which cicada? - Neotibicen lyricen
Loudonville, Ashland County, Ohio, USA
July 23, 2014
On my sis-in-law's table cloth. Seems they come out of the ground next to a tree in their yard.

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Which cicada? - Neotibicen lyricen Which cicada? - Neotibicen lyricen

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Tibicen lyricen
My best prediction would be a dark Tibicen lyricen. Note the black eyes and dark pronotal blotches.

Wait for a final ID from Mr. Reynolds.

 
teneral engelhardti
Good call & I agree with Yazan! The pink/peach body coloration and the near black pronotal blotches are usually indicative of this color form.

 
Thanks Yazan . .
I shall patiently await Mr. Reynold's take :)

Caught on the pop :-)
Truly an awesome photo

 
Thank you Ranger of Ontario!
That outdoor table cloth of my sis-in-law rounds up some pretty neat bugs.

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