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April 17, 2016

Common cicadas of New York

Filed under: United States — Dan @ 7:39 pm

Annual cicadas of New York (NY):

All cicadas appear every year unless otherwise noted.

Megatibicen grossus (Fabricius, 1775) aka Northern Dusk Singing Cicada formerly Megatibicen auletes

Northern Dusk Singing Cicada

Neocicada hieroglyphica hieroglyphica (Say, 1830) aka Hieroglyphic Cicada

Hieroglyphic Cicada

Neotibicen canicularis (Harris, 1841) aka Dog-day Cicada

Dog-day Cicada

Neotibicen davisi davisi (Smith and Grossbeck, 1907) aka Davis’ Southeastern Dog-Day Cicada

Davis' Southeastern Dog-Day Cicada

Neotibicen linnei (Smith and Grossbeck, 1907) aka Linne’s Cicada

Linne's Cicada

Neotibicen lyricen engelhardti (Davis, 1910) aka Dark Lyric Cicada

Dark Lyric Cicada

Neotibicen lyricen lyricen (De Geer, 1773) aka Lyric Cicada

Lyric Cicada

Neotibicen tibicen tibicen (Linnaeus, 1758) aka Swamp Cicada, Morning Cicada

Swamp Cicada, Morning Cicada

Okanagana canadensis (Provancher, 1889) aka Canadian Cicada

Canadian Cicada

Okanagana noveboracensis (Emmons, 1854)

Okanagana rimosa rimosa (Say, 1830) aka Say’s Cicada

Say's Cicada

Periodical cicadas of New York (NY):

Magicicada cassinii (Fisher, 1852) aka Cassini Periodical Cicada or 17-Year Cicada

This cicada will next emerge in 2025 (Brood XIV), 2030 (Brood II), 2033 (Brood V). They often emerge 1 or 4 years earlier than expected.

Cassini Periodical Cicada or 17-Year Cicada

Magicicada septendecim (Linnaeus, 1758) aka Decim Periodical Cicada or Linnaeus’s 17-Year Cicada or 17-Year Cicada

This cicada will next emerge in 2025 (Brood XIV), 2030 (Brood II), 2033 (Brood V), and 2035 (Brood VII). They often emerge 1 or 4 years earlier than expected.

Decim Periodical Cicada or Linnaeus's 17-Year Cicada or 17-Year Cicada

Magicicada septendecula Alexander and Moore, 1962 aka Decula Periodical Cicdada or 17-Year Cicada

This cicada will next emerge in 2025 (Brood XIV), 2030 (Brood II), 2033 (Brood V). They often emerge 1 or 4 years earlier than expected.

Decula Periodical Cicdada or 17-Year Cicada

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  7. Brood II Cicada Events in Staten Island and Manhattan back in 2013
  8. A day at the Staten Island Museum
  9. Brood II Cicada Event at Staten Island Museum
  10. A look back at the 2013 Brood II Periodical Cicada Emergence

Name and Location References:

  1. Full Binomial Names: ITIS.gov
  2. Common names & locations: BugGuide.net; iNaturalist.com; The Songs of Insects by Lang Elliott and Wil Herschberger; my personal memory.
  3. Locations: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips.
  4. List of species with MAPs: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico [PDF] by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips. Download it once; treasure it forever.

Common cicadas of Nevada

Filed under: United States — Dan @ 7:38 pm

Common cicadas of Nevada (NV):

Cacama californica Davis, 1919 aka Cactus Dodger

Cacama moorei Sanborn and Heath in Sanborn, Heath, Phillips and Heath, 2011 aka Moore’s Cactus Dodger

Cacama valvata (Uhler, 1888) aka Common Cactus Dodger

Common Cactus Dodger

Clidophleps distanti distanti (Van Duzee, 1914)

Clidophleps tenuis Davis, 1927

Clidophleps vagans Davis, 1925

Diceroprocta apache (Davis, 1921) aka Citrus Cicada

Citrus Cicada

Neoplatypedia constricta Davis, 1920

Okanagana aurora Davis, 1936

Okanagana bella Davis, 1919 aka Mountain Cicada

Mountain Cicada

Okanagana cruentifera (Uhler, 1892)

Okanagana formosa Davis, 1926

Okanagana fratercula Davis, 1915

Okanagana gibbera Davis, 1927

Okanagana hesperia (Uhler, 1872)

Okanagana luteobasalis Davis, 1935

Okanagana magnifica Davis, 1919

Okanagana nigrodorsata Davis, 1923

Okanagana occidentalis (Walker in Lord, 1866)

Okanagana ornata Van Duzee, 1915

Okanagana pallidula Davis, 1917

Okanagana rimosa rimosa (Say, 1830) aka Say’s Cicada

Say's Cicada

Okanagana schaefferi Davis, 1915

Okanagana sperata Van Duzee, 1935

Okanagana striatipes (Haldeman, 1852)

Okanagana triangulata Davis, 1915

Okanagana tristis rubrobasalis Davis, 1926

Okanagana tristis tristis Van Duzee, 1915

Okanagana utahensis Davis, 1919

Okanagana vanduzeei Distant, 1914

Okanagodes gracilis gracilis Davis, 1919

Platypedia areolata (Uhler, 1861)

Platypedia intermedia Van Duzee, 1915

Platypedia mohavensis mohavensis Davis, 1920

Platypedia mohavensis rufescens Davis, 1932

Platypedia putnami lutea Davis, 1920 aka Putnam’s Cicada

Platypedia putnami putnami (Uhler, 1877) aka Putnam’s Cicada


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Name and Location References:

  1. Full Binomial Names: ITIS.gov
  2. Common names & locations: BugGuide.net; iNaturalist.com; The Songs of Insects by Lang Elliott and Wil Herschberger; my personal memory.
  3. Locations: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips.
  4. List of species with MAPs: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico [PDF] by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips. Download it once; treasure it forever.

The one cicada that lives in Northwest Territories, Canada

Filed under: Canada — Dan @ 7:36 pm

Common cicadas of Northwest Territories (NT):

Okanagana canadensis (Provancher, 1889) aka Canadian Cicada

Canadian Cicada

Name and Location References:

  1. Full Binomial Names: ITIS.gov
  2. Common names & locations: BugGuide.net; iNaturalist.com; The Songs of Insects by Lang Elliott and Wil Herschberger; my personal memory.
  3. Locations: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips.
  4. List of species with MAPs: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico [PDF] by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips. Download it once; treasure it forever.

The one cicada that lives in Nova Scotia, Canada

Filed under: Canada — Dan @ 7:35 pm

Common cicadas of Nova Scotia (NS):

Neotibicen canicularis (Harris, 1841) aka Dog-day Cicada

Dog-day Cicada

Name and Location References:

  1. Full Binomial Names: ITIS.gov
  2. Common names & locations: BugGuide.net; iNaturalist.com; The Songs of Insects by Lang Elliott and Wil Herschberger; my personal memory.
  3. Locations: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips.
  4. List of species with MAPs: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico [PDF] by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips. Download it once; treasure it forever.

Common cicadas of New Jersey

Filed under: United States — Dan @ 7:34 pm

Annual cicadas of New Jersey (NJ):

All cicadas appear every year unless otherwise noted.

Megatibicen grossus (Fabricius, 1775) aka Northern Dusk Singing Cicada formerly Megatibicen auletes

Found in Monmouth County and counties south of Monmouth. Favorite spot: Manchester, NJ.

Dorsal view. Neotibicen auletes female Manchester NJ

Neocicada hieroglyphica hieroglyphica (Say, 1830) aka Hieroglyphic Cicada

Mostly Monmouth County and south with large populations in the Pine Barrens. Favorite spot: Pine Barrens.

<Joe Green's Neocicada hieroglyphica photos from 2007, Florida,
Neocicada hieroglyphica hieroglyphica Photo by Joe Green.

Neotibicen canicularis (Harris, 1841) aka Dog-day Cicada

Neotibicen canicularis

Neotibicen davisi davisi (Smith and Grossbeck, 1907) aka Davis’ Southeastern Dog-Day Cicada

Variation in Tibicen davisi by Paul Krombholz

Neotibicen latifasciatus (Davis, 1915) aka Coastal Scissor(s) Grinder Cicada

Found in Cape May county, and maybe Cumberland & Atlantic. Look for them in Ceder trees.

Dorsal view of two latifasciatus males

Neotibicen linnei (Smith and Grossbeck, 1907) aka Linne’s Cicada

Neotibicen linnei

Neotibicen lyricen engelhardti (Davis, 1910) aka Dark Lyric Cicada

Neotibicen lyricen engelhardti aka Dark Lyric Cicada

Neotibicen lyricen lyricen (De Geer, 1773) aka Lyric Cicada

Lyric cicada

Neotibicen tibicen tibicen (Linnaeus, 1758) aka Swamp Cicada, Morning Cicada

Swamp Cicada on a Cedar

Neotibicen winnemanna (Davis, 1912) aka Eastern Scissor(s) Grinder

Found in western counties, particularly near the Delaware River.

Neotibicen winnemanna Garner NC

Okanagana rimosa rimosa (Say, 1830) aka Say’s Cicada

Found in northern counties.

Okanagana rimosa photo by Natasha from 2005.

Periodical cicadas of New Jersey (NJ):

Magicicada cassinii (Fisher, 1852) aka Cassini Periodical Cicada or 17-Year Cicada

This cicada will next emerge in 2025 (Brood XIV), and 2030 (Brood II). They often emerge 1 or 4 years earlier than expected.

Cassini Periodical Cicada or 17-Year Cicada

Magicicada septendecim (Linnaeus, 1758) aka Decim Periodical Cicada or Linnaeus’s 17-Year Cicada or 17-Year Cicada

This cicada will next emerge in 2025 (Brood XIV), and 2030 (Brood II). They often emerge 1 or 4 years earlier than expected.

Decim Periodical Cicada or Linnaeus's 17-Year Cicada or 17-Year Cicada

Magicicada septendecula Alexander and Moore, 1962 aka Decula Periodical Cicdada or 17-Year Cicada

This cicada will next emerge in 2025 (Brood XIV), and 2030 (Brood II). They often emerge 1 or 4 years earlier than expected.

Decula Periodical Cicdada or 17-Year Cicada

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  4. People and cicadas — Brood II Magicicada from Metuchen, New Jersey (2013)
  5. White eyes — Brood II Magicicada from Metuchen, New Jersey (2013)
  6. Chimneys — Brood II Magicicada from Metuchen, New Jersey (2013)
  7. Brood II Magicicada from Edison, New Jersey (2013)
  8. Brood II Magicicada from Colonia, New Jersey (2013)
  9. Brood II Magicicada from Woodbridge, New Jersey (2013)
  10. More Neotibicen tibicen tibicen photos from Central New Jersey
  11. A Neotibicen tibicen tibicen from Central New Jersey
  12. Annual Cicada Hunt in Manchester, New Jersey
  13. Brood II 17 Year Cicadas in New Jersey
  14. Megatibicen auletes found by Elias Bonaros in New Jersey
  15. Brood II Emerging in New Jersey and New York
  16. New Jersey Cicada
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  18. Neotibicen latifasciatus — the South Jersey Shore Screamer

Name and Location References:

  1. Full Binomial Names: ITIS.gov
  2. Common names & locations: BugGuide.net; iNaturalist.com; The Songs of Insects by Lang Elliott and Wil Herschberger; my personal memory.
  3. Locations: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips.
  4. List of species with MAPs: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico [PDF] by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips. Download it once; treasure it forever.

Common cicadas of New Hampshire

Filed under: United States — Dan @ 7:33 pm

Common cicadas of New Hampshire (NH):

Neotibicen canicularis (Harris, 1841) aka Dog-day Cicada

Dog-day Cicada

Neotibicen lyricen lyricen (De Geer, 1773) aka Lyric Cicada

Lyric Cicada

Okanagana canadensis (Provancher, 1889) aka Canadian Cicada

Canadian Cicada

Okanagana rimosa rimosa (Say, 1830) aka Say’s Cicada

Say's Cicada

Name and Location References:

  1. Full Binomial Names: ITIS.gov
  2. Common names & locations: BugGuide.net; iNaturalist.com; The Songs of Insects by Lang Elliott and Wil Herschberger; my personal memory.
  3. Locations: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips.
  4. List of species with MAPs: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico [PDF] by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips. Download it once; treasure it forever.

Common cicadas of Nebraska

Filed under: United States — Dan @ 7:32 pm

Annual cicadas of Nebraska (NE):

All cicadas appear every year unless otherwise noted.

Beameria venosa (Uhler, 1888)

Cicadettana calliope calliope (Walker, 1850) aka Southern Grass Cicada

Southern Grass Cicada

Cicadettana kansa (Davis, 1919)

Diceroprocta vitripennis (Say, 1830) aka Green Winged Cicada

Green Winged Cicada

Megatibicen grossus (Fabricius, 1775) aka Northern Dusk Singing Cicada formerly Megatibicen auletes

Northern Dusk Singing Cicada

Megatibicen dealbatus (Davis, 1915) aka Plains Cicada

Plains Cicada

Megatibicen dorsatus (Say, 1825) aka Bush Cicada or Grand Western or Giant Grassland Cicada

Bush Cicada or Grand Western or Giant Grassland Cicada

Megatibicen pronotalis pronotalis Davis, 1938

Megatibicen pronotalis walkeri Metcalf, 1955 aka Walker’s Cicada

Walker's Cicada

Megatibicen resh (Haldeman, 1852) aka Resh Cicada

Resh Cicada

Megatibicen tremulus Cole, 2008 aka Bush Cicada

Neotibicen auriferus (Say, 1825) aka Plains Dog-day Cicada

Neotibicen canicularis (Harris, 1841) aka Dog-day Cicada

Dog-day Cicada

Neotibicen linnei (Smith and Grossbeck, 1907) aka Linne’s Cicada

Linne's Cicada

Neotibicen lyricen lyricen (De Geer, 1773) aka Lyric Cicada

Lyric Cicada

Neotibicen pruinosus pruinosus (Say, 1825) aka Scissor(s) Grinder

Scissor(s) Grinder

Neotibicen tibicen tibicen (Linnaeus, 1758) aka Swamp Cicada, Morning Cicada

Swamp Cicada, Morning Cicada

Okanagana balli Davis, 1919

Okanagana hesperia (Uhler, 1872)

Okanagana striatipes (Haldeman, 1852)

Okanagana synodica synodica (Say, 1825) aka Walking Cicada

Platypedia putnami putnami (Uhler, 1877) aka Putnam’s Cicada

Periodical cicadas of Nebraska (NE):

Magicicada cassinii (Fisher, 1852) aka Cassini Periodical Cicada or 17-Year Cicada

These cicadas will next emerge in 2032 (Brood IV). They often emerge 1 or 4 years earlier than expected.

Cassini Periodical Cicada or 17-Year Cicada

Magicicada septendecim (Linnaeus, 1758) aka Decim Periodical Cicada or Linnaeus’s 17-Year Cicada or 17-Year Cicada

These cicadas will next emerge in 2032 (Brood IV). They often emerge 1 or 4 years earlier than expected.

Decim Periodical Cicada or Linnaeus's 17-Year Cicada or 17-Year Cicada

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  1. Brood IV, the Kansan brood, will emerge in 2015

Name and Location References:

  1. Full Binomial Names: ITIS.gov
  2. Common names & locations: BugGuide.net; iNaturalist.com; The Songs of Insects by Lang Elliott and Wil Herschberger; my personal memory.
  3. Locations: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips.
  4. List of species with MAPs: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico [PDF] by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips. Download it once; treasure it forever.

Common cicadas of North Dakota

Filed under: United States — Dan @ 7:32 pm

Common cicadas of North Dakota (ND):

Megatibicen dealbatus (Davis, 1915) aka Plains Cicada

Plains Cicada

Megatibicen pronotalis pronotalis Davis, 1938

Megatibicen pronotalis walkeri Metcalf, 1955 aka Walker’s Cicada

Walker's Cicada

Neotibicen canicularis (Harris, 1841) aka Dog-day Cicada

Dog-day Cicada

Okanagana balli Davis, 1919

Okanagana luteobasalis Davis, 1935

Okanagana rimosa rimosa (Say, 1830) aka Say’s Cicada

Say's Cicada

Okanagana synodica synodica (Say, 1825) aka Walking Cicada


Name and Location References:

  1. Full Binomial Names: ITIS.gov
  2. Common names & locations: BugGuide.net; iNaturalist.com; The Songs of Insects by Lang Elliott and Wil Herschberger; my personal memory.
  3. Locations: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips.
  4. List of species with MAPs: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico [PDF] by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips. Download it once; treasure it forever.

Common cicadas of North Carolina

Filed under: United States — Dan @ 7:31 pm

Annual cicadas of North Carolina (NC):

All cicadas appear every year unless otherwise noted.

Cicadettana calliope calliope (Walker, 1850) aka Southern Grass Cicada

Southern Grass Cicada

Diceroprocta olympusa (Walker, 1850) aka Olympic Scrub Cicada

Olympic Scrub Cicada

Diceroprocta viridifascia (Walker, 1850) aka Salt Marsh Cicada

Megatibicen grossus (Fabricius, 1775) aka Northern Dusk Singing Cicada formerly Megatibicen auletes

Northern Dusk Singing Cicada

Megatibicen figuratus (Walker, 1858) aka Fall Southeastern Dusk-singing Cicada

Fall Southeastern Dusk-singing Cicada

Megatibicen pronotalis walkeri Metcalf, 1955 aka Walker’s Cicada

Walker's Cicada

Megatibicen resonans (Walker, 1850) aka Southern Resonant/Great Pine Barrens Cicada

Southern Resonant/Great Pine Barrens Cicada

Neocicada hieroglyphica hieroglyphica (Say, 1830) aka Hieroglyphic Cicada

Hieroglyphic Cicada

Neocicada hieroglyphica johannis (Walker, 1850)

Neotibicen canicularis (Harris, 1841) aka Dog-day Cicada

Dog-day Cicada

Neotibicen davisi davisi (Smith and Grossbeck, 1907) aka Davis’ Southeastern Dog-Day Cicada

Davis' Southeastern Dog-Day Cicada

Neotibicen latifasciatus (Davis, 1915) aka Coastal Scissor(s) Grinder Cicada

Coastal Scissor(s) Grinder Cicada

Neotibicen linnei (Smith and Grossbeck, 1907) aka Linne’s Cicada

Linne's Cicada

Neotibicen lyricen engelhardti (Davis, 1910) aka Dark Lyric Cicada

Dark Lyric Cicada

Neotibicen lyricen lyricen (De Geer, 1773) aka Lyric Cicada

Lyric Cicada

Neotibicen lyricen virescens Davis, 1935 aka Costal Lyric Cicada

Neotibicen pruinosus pruinosus (Say, 1825) aka Scissor(s) Grinder

Scissor(s) Grinder

Neotibicen robinsonianus Davis, 1922 aka Robinson’s Annual Cicada or Robinson’s Cicada

Neotibicen similaris similaris (Smith and Grossbeck, 1907) aka Similar Dog-Day Cicada

Neotibicen tibicen australis (Davis, 1912) aka Southern Swamp Cicada

Neotibicen tibicen tibicen (Linnaeus, 1758) aka Swamp Cicada, Morning Cicada

Swamp Cicada, Morning Cicada

Neotibicen winnemanna (Davis, 1912) aka Eastern Scissor(s) Grinder

Eastern Scissor(s) Grinder

Periodical cicadas of North Carolina (NC):

Magicicada cassinii (Fisher, 1852) aka Cassini Periodical Cicada or 17-Year Cicada

These cicadas will next emerge in 2025 (Brood XIV), 2030 (Brood II), 2034 (Brood VI). They often emerge 1 or 4 years earlier than expected.

Cassini Periodical Cicada or 17-Year Cicada

Magicicada septendecim (Linnaeus, 1758) aka Decim Periodical Cicada or Linnaeus’s 17-Year Cicada or 17-Year Cicada

These cicadas will next emerge in 2025 (Brood XIV), 2030 (Brood II), 2034 (Brood VI). They often emerge 1 or 4 years earlier than expected.

Decim Periodical Cicada or Linnaeus's 17-Year Cicada or 17-Year Cicada

Magicicada septendecula Alexander and Moore, 1962 aka Decula Periodical Cicdada or 17-Year Cicada

These cicadas will next emerge in 2025 (Brood XIV), 2030 (Brood II), 2034 (Brood VI). They often emerge 1 or 4 years earlier than expected.

Decula Periodical Cicdada or 17-Year Cicada

Magicicada tredecassini Alexander and Moore, 1962 aka 13-Year Cicada or 13-Year Cassini

These cicadas will next emerge in 2024 (Brood XIX). They often emerge 1 or 4 years earlier than expected.

13-Year Cicada or 13-Year Cassini

Magicicada tredecim (Walsh and Riley, 1868) aka 13-Year Cicada or 13-Year Decim

These cicadas will next emerge in 2024 (Brood XIX). They often emerge 1 or 4 years earlier than expected.

13-Year Cicada or 13-Year Decim

Magicicada tredecula Alexander and Moore, 1962 aka 13-Year Cicada or 13-Year Decula

These cicadas will next emerge in 2024 (Brood XIX). They often emerge 1 or 4 years earlier than expected.

13-Year Cicada or 13-Year Decula

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  5. Periodical cicada Brood X (10) will emerge in 15 states in 2021
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  7. Periodical cicada Brood XIV (14) will emerge in 2025 in Thirteen States
  8. Periodical cicada Brood XIX (19) will emerge in 2024 in Fifteen States

Name and Location References:

  1. Full Binomial Names: ITIS.gov
  2. Common names & locations: BugGuide.net; iNaturalist.com; The Songs of Insects by Lang Elliott and Wil Herschberger; my personal memory.
  3. Locations: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips.
  4. List of species with MAPs: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico [PDF] by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips. Download it once; treasure it forever.

Common cicadas of New Brunswick, Canada

Filed under: Canada — Dan @ 7:31 pm

Common cicadas of New Brunswick (NB):

Neotibicen canicularis (Harris, 1841) aka Dog-day Cicada

Dog-day Cicada

Okanagana canadensis (Provancher, 1889) aka Canadian Cicada

Canadian Cicada

Okanagana rimosa rimosa (Say, 1830) aka Say’s Cicada

Say's Cicada

Name and Location References:

  1. Full Binomial Names: ITIS.gov
  2. Common names & locations: BugGuide.net; iNaturalist.com; The Songs of Insects by Lang Elliott and Wil Herschberger; my personal memory.
  3. Locations: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips.
  4. List of species with MAPs: Biogeography of the Cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) of North America, North of Mexico [PDF] by Allen F. Sanborn and Polly K. Phillips. Download it once; treasure it forever.

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