Cicada Mania

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March 19, 2020

White-eyed cicada found by Chris Lowry in Nashville, TN

Filed under: Brood XIX,Eye Color,Magicicada — Dan @ 6:43 pm

White-eyed cicada found by Chris Lowry in Nashville, TN. Brood XIX. 2011.

White-eyed cicada found by Chris Lowry in Nashville, TN. Brood XIX. 2011.

White-eyed cicada found by Chris Lowry in Nashville, TN. Brood XIX. 2011.

White-eyed cicada found by Nathan Voss of Spring Hill, TN

Filed under: Brood XIX,Eye Color,Megatibicen — Dan @ 6:41 pm

White-eyed cicada found by Nathan Voss of Spring Hill, TN. Brood XIX. 2011.

White-eyed cicada found by Nathan Voss of Spring Hill, TN. Brood XIX. 2011.

White-eyed cicada from Paul Stuve found in Columbia, MO

Filed under: Brood XIX,Eye Color,Magicicada — Dan @ 6:40 pm

White-eyed cicada from Paul Stuve found in Columbia, MO. Brood XIX. 2011.

White-eyed cicada from Paul Stuve found in Columbia, MO. Brood XIX. 2011.

White-eyed Magicicada found by Jack Willey of Nashville, TV

Filed under: Brood XIX,Eye Color,Megatibicen — Dan @ 6:37 pm

White-eyed Magicicada found by Jack Willey of Nashville, TV. 2011. Brood XIX.

White-eyed Magicicada found by Jack Willey of Nashville TV

White-eyed Magicicada found by Jack Willey of Nashville TV

White-Eyed Magicicada found by Phyllis Rice of Poplar Bluff, MO

Filed under: Brood XIX,Eye Color,Magicicada — Dan @ 6:34 pm

White-Eyed Magicicada found by Phyllis Rice of Poplar Bluff, MO. Brood XIX. 2011.

White-Eyed Magicicada found by Phyllis Rice of Poplar Bluff, MO. Brood XIX. 2011.

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