The Tibicen bermudiana Verrill (T. bermudianus) if you want the genus and species names to agree, and maybe now Neotibicen bermudianus) is a cicada that was endemic to Bermuda and is now extinct. Its closest relative is the Tibicen lyricen, which is found in the United States (and not extinct).
Here is a photo of a T. bermudiana from the collection found at the Staten Island Museum:
More photos by Roy Troutman, click for larger versions:
From the Bermuda’s Fauna website:
Sadly, when most of the Bermuda cedar trees were killed of by a blight in the 1950s, the cicadas that made the nights so uniquely magical and romantic in sound also largely disappeared.
Updated with a photo of the coin commemorating this cicada: