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Neotibicen cultriformis (formerly Tibicen cultriformis; see Hill et al. 2015) is known from Arizona and New Mexico (U.S.A.) and Mexico (Sanborn & Phillips 2013; Hill et al. 2015). It is found in the Mexican Highland Section of the Basin and Range Province of the Sonoran Desert. Sanborn & Phillips (2013) found this species in riparian woodlands using Salix and Populus as hosts. It also has been associated with black willow (Salix nigra Marshall), ash (Fraxinus spp.), sycamore (Platanus wrightii) and walnut (Juglans major) (Sanborn & Phillips 2013). The song consists of rapid staccato pulses (Hill et al. 2015).


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