Category hierarchy: Animals | Insects
Description: Two cicadas crawling up a tree. Cicadas (Cicadidae, Magicicada) are 13- and 17- year periodical cicadas of North America. These insects display a unique combination of long life cycles, periodicity, and mass emergences. Often called "locusts," but they are not locusts; locusts are "grasshopper-like" and belong to the order Orthoptera.
Capture device: Camera: Canon EOS Elan II
Capture details: Film: Fuji Provia 100F
Original date: 20040500
Locality: Latitude: 3.743160000000000e+001; Longitude: -7.865689999999999e+001