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4 Cicada Species, Edinburg, IL

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4 Cicada Species, Edinburg, IL

man gerry, after looking at your pics of all the lyrecins, and looking at mine u would think its a different species almost, i wish i could get these photos to u but i cant for a while, but whats so different is the pronotome mine are really dull brown or greenish brown while yours are all brighter green and yellow, i will try to send them tonight if i can borrow a cam

Date Posted: 2007-07-20 Comments: (1) Show Comments Hide Comments


Posted By: Massachusetts Cicadas | On: 2010-11-28 | Website:

Hi Jake,

I saw your group photo from your mother. I count 4 separate species. T. walkeri, T. pruinosa, T. chloromera and T. lyricen.

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