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Hadoa chiricahua (formerly Tibicen chiricahua; 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 and intermountain woodlands.This woodland species, which resembles H. neomexicensis, uses Pinus and Juniperus as host plants and has also been associated with grasses, mountain mahogany (Cercocarpus spp.), and one seed juniper (Juniperus monosperma (Engelmann) Sargent) (Sanborn & Phillips 2013). The song is a smooth resonant drone. (Hill et al. 2015)


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