Megatibicen pronotalis from Bill Reynolds’ collection.
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Neotibicen tibicen tibicen with red cruciform elevations from Bill Reynold’s collection.
This is a Vittagaeana dives (Westwood, 1842) from the W.T. Davis cicada collection at the Staten Island Museum. I believe they can be found in India.
This cicada was formerly known as Tosena dives, but its name recently changed due to research done as part of the article: Hill Kathy B. R., Marshall David C., Marathe Kiran, Moulds Maxwell S., Lee Young June, Pham Thai-Hong, Mohagan Alma B., Sarkar Vivek, Price Benjamin W., Duffels J. P., Schouten Marieke A., de Boer Arnold J., Kunte Krushnamegh, Simon Chris (2021) The molecular systematics and diversification of a taxonomically unstable group of Asian cicada tribes related to Cicadini Latreille, 1802 (Hemiptera:Cicadidae). Invertebrate Systematics 35, 570-601.
Species: Vittagaeana dives (Westwood, 1842)
See the related cicada: Vittagaeana paviei (Noualhier, 1896)
A wonderful assortment of cicadas from south-east Asia from the collection of Richard Newfrock.
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A Fidicinoides spinicosta from the collection of Richard Newfrock. Colombia. Misspelling on the label.
A pair of Carineta diardi from the collection of Richard Newfrock. From Argentina.
A pair of Neotibicen pruinosus aka Scissor Grinder from the collection of Richard Newfrock.
Three photos of Okanagana canadensis the Canadian Cicada from the collection of Richard Newfrock.