Periodical Cicadas: a resource collection on cicadas from Science NetLinks

Periodical Cicadas: a resource collection on cicadas from Science NetLinks

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

There are at least 15 broods of periodical cicadas that emerge from underground in 13- or 17-year cycles in different parts of the country.

There are at least 15 broods of periodical cicadas that emerge from underground in 13- or 17-year cycles in different parts of the country.

Billions of cicadas set to invade East Coast this spring // The noise can has been compared to a New York subway train, and there will be no escape from it as the bugs hatch again after 17 years.

Billions of cicadas set to invade East Coast this spring

Billions of cicadas set to invade East Coast this spring // The noise can has been compared to a New York subway train, and there will be no escape from it as the bugs hatch again after 17 years.

Periodical Cicadas Manipulate the Populations of Predatory Birds ...

Periodical Cicadas Manipulate the Populations of Predatory Birds ...

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

They’re Back … Learning About Periodical Cicadas to Participate in ‘Citizen Science’ Projects

They're Back ... Learning About Periodical Cicadas to Participate in 'Citizen Science' Projects

They’re Back … Learning About Periodical Cicadas to Participate in ‘Citizen Science’ Projects

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

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

Periodical cicadas live underground for 17 or 13 years before emerging to sing, mate and die. This year’s cicadas are Brood II, one of 15 surviving regional broods.

A Century of Cicadas

Periodical cicadas live underground for 17 or 13 years before emerging to sing, mate and die. This year’s cicadas are Brood II, one of 15 surviving regional broods.

Periodical Cicadas—Synchronized Swarming | Answers in Genesis

Periodical Cicadas—Synchronized Swarming | Answers in Genesis

Brood II 17-year periodical cicadas (Magicicada septendecim) 10 - Stock Footage | by cholmesphoto - An adult female 17-year periodical cicada (Magicicada septendecim) clings to a vegetation after emerging from its 17 year underground nymphal stage. Brood II 17-year periodical cicadas emerged to breed in the spring of 2013 after last being seen in 1996.

Brood II 17-year periodical cicadas (Magicicada septendecim) 10 - Stock Footage | by cholmesphoto - An adult female 17-year periodical cicada (Magicicada septendecim) clings to a vegetation after emerging from its 17 year underground nymphal stage. Brood II 17-year periodical cicadas emerged to breed in the spring of 2013 after last being seen in 1996.

Are the Periodical Cicadas (locusts) coming to your town?    Check the Brood chart for the years.

Are the Periodical Cicadas (locusts) coming to your town? Check the Brood chart for the years.

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

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

Periodical Cicadas Are Back! » PBS NewsHour Extra | PBS

Periodical cicadas are back! – Lesson Plan

Periodical Cicadas Are Back! » PBS NewsHour Extra | PBS

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