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May 27, 2023

2023 Magicicada straggler update

Filed under: Brood X | Brood XIII | Brood XIV | Brood XIX | Magicicada | Periodical — Dan @ 6:49 am

Updated for June 7th!

Here’s a map of 2023 Magicicada straggler sightings from 2023 Magicicada stragglers iNaturalist project and the Cicada Safari app. Dr. Gene Kritsky compiled the map.

Kritsky map June 7

It looks like there are plenty of stragglers from these broods:

Learn about Magicicada stragglers.


  1. Guy says:

    Noticing a few cicadas here in Wheeling, WV! We are located right on the border of Ohio and Pennsylvania also known as the tri-state area.

    1. Dan says:

      Wheeling WV — home of one giant Cabelas!

  2. KathleenAH says:

    I have cicadas here in williamstown New jersey. A bunch of vibrantly colored blue green ones almost 2.5 inches long black eyes. A bunch in my development. I also saw a yellow locust about 1.5 in in my yard today.

  3. Sarah h says:

    Are they in nyc? Looks like they are appearing in brooklyn ny

    1. Dan says:

      Magicicada, no Brooklyn, but they’re in Staten Island.

      Normal annual cicadas are in Brooklyn (Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, etc.) especially the Neotibicen tibicen tibicen (Linnaeus, 1758) aka Morning Cicada type.

  4. Riley says:

    I heard a cassini back in late May!! (Northern Virginia, 2 year late Brood X straggler)

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