Image Description of "17 Year Cicada Evolution"

The astounding digital imagery below, is part of "17 Year Cicada" report which is assigned within "Cicadas 17 Year", "17 Years Cicada" and "17 Year Cicada Map".


17 Year Cicada: 17 Year Cicada Evolution - For the sake of reference convenience, each brood is marked by a Roman numeral. Thus, I-XVII refer to the 17-year-old broods, but XVIII-XXX - to the 13-year-old broods. Brood I started in 1893. Consequently, there are 13 broods of a 17-year-old cicada and 5 broods of a 13-year-old cicada.

Within 10 days, the female cicadas will mate and deposit 400-600 eggs on the branches of 80 (!) different species of trees & woody shrubs. However, no eggs are laid in coniferous trees. Interestingly, but cicadas deposit them in self-made wood pockets!

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