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Tibicen pruinosa, AKA Cicada

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I watched this little guy grow darker and eventually returned him to the spot where I found him. Later on, I checked and he had moved on.
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I enjoy listening to them also. They really are fascinating and there are different kinds of them.

Nice photo!

I grew up with cicadas in NE Oklahoma. We had them every year, as well as some periodic varieties, but never huge numbers at once (even though we called them locusts). I remember when I was young collecting the exoskeletons they left behind on tree trunks. I wasn't afraid of picking up and moving live cicadas. And I liked listening to them.

They stay in the eastern US I guess because I am a westerner and have never seen them.

We've had our visitation of the cicadas in Knoxville, TN, in the middle of June. It's amazing to hear the sound that these little critters can produce when in mass. I also heard them 17 years ago before retiring. Thanks for sharing as some have not seen, or heard cicadas.

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