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The charming photograph below, is section of "17 Year Cicada" post which is assigned within "17 Year Cicada Gallery", "Cicada 17 Year Life Cycle" and "17 Year Cicada Swarm".


17 Year Cicada: Green Cicada - Both of them are called so due to the incredible capability: they merge by million noisy adults within a few hours after their silent staying underground during 13 or 17 years! No comments, indeed.

At last, nymphs exit from the ground and crawl up weeds, tree trunks, or other upright objects. Now adults emerge by leaving behind their nymphal skins within an hour. The newcomers look now soft and white. But their exoskeletons either harden or become darker.

Green Cicada

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