Cicada Mania

Dedicated to cicadas, the most amazing insects in the world.

Photos & Illustrations of cicadas.

March 29, 2020

Brood II Cicada Events in Staten Island and Manhattan back in 2013

Filed under: Brood II | Magicicada | Photos & Illustrations — Dan @ 9:10 am

These photos are of Brood II Cicada Events in Staten Island and NYC back in 2013. Technically the only photo from Manhattan is the cicada mosaic in the subway near the American Museum of Natural History. Most of these photos are from Staten Island Museum exhibits. The Staten Island Museum is the home of William T. Davis’ cicada collection, which numbers over 25,000 specimens. Ed Johnson was the curator of the collection at the time.

Staten Island has Brood II Magicicada. Manhattan has none, but may have in the past.

Roy Troutman and Elias Bonaros near cicada mosaic in subway:
Roy Troutman and Elias Bonaros near cicada mosiac in subway

Dan Mozgai featured on the Staten Island Museums Cicada Timeline:
Dan Mozgai featured on the Staten Island Museums Cicada Timeline

John Cooley (middle) and Ed Johnson (right) at the Staten Island Museum:
John Cooley _middle_ and Ed Johnson _right_ at the Staten Island Museum

Staten Island Museum 17 Year Cicada Exhibit:
Staten Island Museum 17 Year Cicada Exhibit 2

Staten Island Museum 17 Year Cicada Exhibit:
Staten Island Museum 17 Year Cicada Exhibit

The Joy of Six Legged Sex event at the Staten Island Museum:
The Joy of Six Legged Sex event at the Staten Island Museum

William T Davis information at the Staten Island Museum:
William T Davis at the Staten Island Museum

A Magicicada with Pink Eyes held by Chris Simon. This photo was taken in the field, not at a museum.
A Magicicada with Pink Eyes held by Chris Simon of UConn

Brood II Magicicada from Edison, New Jersey (2013)

Filed under: Brood II | Magicicada | Photos & Illustrations — Tags: — Dan @ 8:56 am

Brood II Magicicada from Edison, New Jersey (2013).

A mess of Magicicada exuvia and corpses at the foot of a tree in Roosevelt Park in Edison NJ:
Another mess of Magicicada exuvia and corpses at the foot of a tree in Roosevelt Park in Edison NJ

David Rothenberg, John Cooley, Asher Jay and others looking for cicadas in Roosevelt Park:
David Rothenberg, John Cooley, Asher Jay and others looking for cicadas in Roosevelt Park

Magicicada septendecim laying eggs _ovipositing_ in Roosevelt Park in Edison NJ:
Magicicada septendecim laying eggs _ovipositing_ in Roosevelt Park in Edison NJ

Magicicada septendecim laying eggs ovipositing in Roosevelt Park in Edison NJ:
Magicicada septendecim laying eggs _ovipositing_ in Roosevelt Park in Edison NJ

Magicicada septendecim with Massospora fungus found at the Edison Memorial Tower Park in Edison NJ:
Magicicada septendecim with Massosporan fungus found at the Edison Memorial Tower Park in Edison NJ

Many Magicicada emergence holes in Edison Memorial Tower park in Edison NJ:
Many Magicicada emergence holes in Edison Memorial Tower park in Edison NJ

Mating Magicicada in Roosevelt Park in Edison NJ:
Mating Magicicada in Roosevelt Park in Edison NJ

Mating Magicicada in Roosevelt Park NJ:
Mating Magicicada in Roosevelt Park NJ

Mirror Image – Edison Memorial Tower Park:
Mirror Image - Edison Memorial Tower Park

Brood II Magicicada from Colonia, New Jersey (2013)

Filed under: Brood II | Magicicada | Photos & Illustrations — Tags: , , — Dan @ 8:41 am

Brood II Magicicada from Woodbridge, New Jersey (2013). Elias Bonaros, Roy Troutman and I went looking for cicadas in Middlesex County.

Male Magicicada septendecula found in Woodbridge Township NJ:
Male Magicicada septendecula found in Woodbridge Township NJ

M. septendecim top and M.cassini bottom exuvia in Colonia NJ:
M. septendecim top and M cassini bottom exuvia in Colonia NJ

Magicicada exuvia in Merrill Park in Colonia NJ:
Magicicada exuvia in Merrill Park in Colonia NJ

Male Magicicada cassini found in Merrill Park in Colonia NJ:
Male Magicicada cassini found in Merrill Park in Colonia NJ

Many Magicicada on a single small tree in Merrill Park in Colonia NJ:
Many Magicicada on a single small tree in Merrill Park in Colonia NJ

Many many Magicicada on a single small tree in Merrill Park in Colonia NJ:
Many many Magicicada on a single small tree in Merrill Park in Colonia NJ

Profile of a mustard eyed Magicicada septendecim found in Merrill Park in Colonia NJ:
Profile of a mustard eyed Magicicada septendecim found in Merrill Park in Colonia NJ

Yellow Eyed Magicicada in Merrill Park in Colonia NJ:
Yellow Eyed Magicicada in Merrill Park in Colonia NJ

Female Magicicada cassini Colonia NJ:
Female Magicicada cassini Colonia NJ

Brood II Magicicada from Woodbridge, New Jersey (2013)

Filed under: Brood II | Magicicada | Photos & Illustrations — Tags: , — Dan @ 8:31 am

Brood II Magicicada from Woodbridge, New Jersey (2013). Elias Bonaros, Roy Troutman and I went looking for cicadas in Middlesex County.

A pair of mating Magicicada septendecim found in Woodbridge Township NJ:
A pair of mating Magicicada septendecims found in Woodbridge Township NJ

There was a population of Magicicada septendecula near the Metropark train station.

Female Magicicada septendecula found in Woodbridge Township NJ:
Female Magicicada septendecula found in Woodbridge Township NJ

Male Magicicada septendecula found in Woodbridge Township NJ:
Male Magicicada septendecula found in Woodbridge Township NJ

3 Photos from the 2016 Jim Thorpe Magicicada emergence

Filed under: Brood V | Magicicada | Photos & Illustrations — Dan @ 8:24 am

3 Photos from the 2016 Jim Thorpe Magicicada emergence. The Magicicada that emerge in Jim Thorpe are all Magicicada septendecim. This mini-brood is part of Brood V.

Jim Thorpe Magicicada septendecim

Jim Thorpe Magicicada septendecim

Jim Thorpe Magicicada septendecim

Neotibicen linnei aka Linne’s Cicada from Monmouth county NJ

Filed under: Cryptotympanini | Neotibicen | Photos & Illustrations — Tags: — Dan @ 7:31 am

A single photograph of a female Neotibicen linnei aka Linne’s Cicada from Monmouth county NJ. 2017.

Neotibicen linnei

March 28, 2020

More Neotibicen tibicen tibicen photos from Central New Jersey

Filed under: Neotibicen | Photos & Illustrations — Tags: — Dan @ 9:10 pm

I found another set of Neotibicen tibicen tibicen from August 28th, 2016.

Enjoy.

Click/tap the thumbnail images for a BIG version.

A Neotibicen tibicen tibicen from Central New Jersey

Filed under: Cryptotympanini | Neotibicen | Photos & Illustrations — Tags: — Dan @ 8:54 pm

Photos of a Neotibicen tibicen tibicen from August 28th, 2016. The cicada was found in Monmouth county, NJ.

Click/tab the thumbnail images for big versions:

2014 Emergence of 13-Year Magicicada in Ohio & Kentucky, part 2

Filed under: Brood XXII | Magicicada | Photos & Illustrations — Tags: , — Dan @ 7:20 pm

In 2014 I joined Roy Troutman in helping to map a brood of Magicicada that emerged in Ohio and Kentucky. When all was said and done, this brood was declared to be part of brood XXII.

Here’s my photos from this emergence. Skip to Part 1.

The “cicada track o matic” PC + GPS used to record locations where cicadas exist:
cicada track o matic

Molting Magicicada in Ohio:
Molting Magicicada in Ohio 2014

CICADA license plate:
CICADA license plate

Magicicada tredecula found in Ohio:
Magicicada tredecula 2014 Ohio

CICADAS license plate:
CICADAS license plate

The Cicadinator (never ever use this):
The Cicadinator

Magicicada tredecassini found in Kentucky:
Magicicada tredecassini Kentucky 2014

2014 Emergence of 13-Year Magicicada in Ohio & Kentucky, part 1

Filed under: Brood XXII | Magicicada | Photos & Illustrations — Tags: , — Dan @ 7:06 pm

In 2014 I joined Roy Troutman in helping to map a brood of Magicicada that emerged in Ohio and Kentucky. When all was said and done, this brood was declared to be part of brood XXII.

Here’s my photos from this emergence. Skip to Part 2.

Magicicada tredecim found in Ohio:
Magicicada tredecim Ohio 2014 caught by Roy Troutman
Molting Magicicada found in Ohio:
Magicicada tredecassini Ohio 2014

Molting Magicicada found in Ohio:
Molting Magicicada Ohio 2014

M. tredecassini found in Kentucky:
M. tredecassini Kentucky 2014

Teneral Magicicada found in Ohio:
Teneral Magicicada Ohio 2014

M. tredecassini found in Kentucky:
M tredecassini Kentucky 2014

Tiny Magicicada tredecassini found in Kincaid Park, Kentucky:
Tiny Magicicada tredecassini Kincaid Park Kentucky 2014

Dead Ash trees are a loss of cicada habitat:
dead Ash trees are a loss of cicada habitat

« Newer PostsMore »