Dedicated to the Study of the Cicadas of Massachusetts and New England


Periodical Cicadas Found in Forestdale

News Category: Cicada General Info

Periodical Cicadas Found in Forestdale

Magicicada exuvia

Brood XIV in Sandwich Ma.Well, three days off of my prediction isn't bad really! Thanks to my good friend Lisa from Mashpee, who sent in a report of the first adult cicadas found along with a bunch of exuvia on West Road in Forestdale. I suspect that this evening we will see a lot of nymphs emerging from the ground. If you spot any please remember to report in!

Areas on the map which were pink to indicate immature nymph sightings will need to be rechecked and marked with a red pip to indicate full adult sightings.

Date Posted: 2008-05-27 Comments: (0) Show CommentsHide Comments


Sorry no comments have been posted to this article. Be the first by filling out the form below.

Add Comment

Cicada General Info Articles

General News Articles 2013

General News Articles 2012

General News Articles 2011

General News Articles 2010

General News Articles 2009

General News Articles 2008

General News Articles 2007

General News Articles 2006

General News Articles 2005

General News Articles 2004

Submit Report

Did you spot an annual cicada or a cicada killer wasp? If you did and you have a photo and want to report it, please click the link below.

Brood I Information

The Brood I periodical cicada emergence happened in 2012 in Virginia, W. Virginia and Tennessee. Below are some of the highlights.

Brood XIX Information

The Brood XIX periodical cicada emergence has come and gone. Below is some information that you may find helpful.