Periodical Cicada- by Loren Williams | | Hatches Fly Tying Magazine

Periodical Cicada- by Loren Williams | | Hatches Fly Tying Magazine

Magicicada periodical cicada by alexanderwild: Characterized by red compound eyes, cicadas in the genus Magicicada spend 17 years (or, more rarely, 13 years) maturing underground before emerging en masse to mate. These emergences take place in May or June and involve several species, each with a different song. http://boingboing.net/2014/06/16/pretty-portraits-of-periodical.html #Insects #Periodical_Cicada #Magicicada #Brood_III

Magicicada periodical cicada by alexanderwild: Characterized by red compound eyes, cicadas in the genus Magicicada spend 17 years (or, more rarely, 13 years) maturing underground before emerging en masse to mate. These emergences take place in May or June and involve several species, each with a different song. http://boingboing.net/2014/06/16/pretty-portraits-of-periodical.html #Insects #Periodical_Cicada #Magicicada #Brood_III

Image of the Periodical Cicada-tree

Image of the Periodical Cicada-tree

scientificillustration:  Lifecycle of the periodical cicada From: ‘The periodical cicada' by Wm. J. Gerhard, Assoc. Curator of Insects. Published 1923 by Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago

scientificillustration: Lifecycle of the periodical cicada From: ‘The periodical cicada' by Wm. J. Gerhard, Assoc. Curator of Insects. Published 1923 by Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago

Must avoid the Periodical Cicadas! 17 & 13 Year Cicadas, Magicicada Broods & Brood Maps

Must avoid the Periodical Cicadas! 17 & 13 Year Cicadas, Magicicada Broods & Brood Maps

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A Periodical Cicada's Life (Hardcover)

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Periodical Cicada- by Loren Williams | | Hatches Fly Tying Magazine

Periodical Cicada- by Loren Williams | | Hatches Fly Tying Magazine

When you think of cuddly stuffed animals made from textiles the top candidates would probably include teddy bears or bunny rabbits. Perhaps lower on the list would be squids, cicadas, and sea slugs, and yet Vancouver-based artist Hine Mizushima has chosen these unusual creatures as the the subje

When you think of cuddly stuffed animals made from textiles the top candidates would probably include teddy bears or bunny rabbits. Perhaps lower on the list would be squids, cicadas, and sea slugs, and yet Vancouver-based artist Hine Mizushima has chosen these unusual creatures as the the subje

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