Molting Neotibicen cicada photos by Roy Troutman from 2004. Probably Ohio. Looks like a Neotibicen tibicen tibicen.
March 7, 2020
Neotibicen tibicen tibicen (Morning Cicada) photos by Roy Troutman from 2004. Probably taken in Ohio.
They’re also called Swamp Cicadas.
A Neotibicen linnei (Linne’s Cicada) photo by Roy Troutman from 2004. Probably taken in Ohio.
Here’s two Neotibicen lyricen engelhardti photos by Roy Troutman from 2004. Probably taken in Ohio.
Neotibicen lyricen engelhardti is also known as the “Dark Lyric Cicada”.
March 2, 2020
Male Neotibicen tibicen molting. Other names for this cicada include: Morning Cicada, Swamp Cicada and formerly Tibicen chloromera or chloromerus.
March 1, 2020
My Neotibicen photos from 2004.
As I reupload all the images on my website, even the horrible low-rez images will be reuploaded. Why? It’s my website, and I like them.
This photo isn’t so bad. It’s Neotibicen exuvia (skins, shells) surrounding a coin:
This photo is blurry, but there’s a Neotibicen tibicen (formerly Tibicen chloromera) in the shot.
Another blurry photo. This shows a Neotibicen tibicen with wings damaged during the molting process.
February 29, 2020
Squashed Megatibicen auletes. Not sure who stepped on it. It’s an interesting look at its anatomy.
Megatibicen auletes found in Winston-Salem, NC by Erin Dickinson. The year was 2011. The cicada’s name was Mortimer. No kidding.
Tom Lehmkuhl sent us this photo of an uninvited house guest, a Neotibicen linnei cicada.
Tacua speciosa (Illger, 1980) photos taken in Malaysia. The author of the images wishes to be anonymous.