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Topic in Depth - Cicadas

Each year in different parts of the country, the spring season marks the arrival of the Magicicada periodical cicadas. The Magicicada cicadas emerge in great numbers after spending 17 years underground. The following websites offer information about the periodical and other types of cicadas.
Periodical Cicada Page
This site, from the University of Michigan's Museum of Zoology, provides a variety of short information entries about periodical cicadas including photos, and...
Cicada Mania
Cicada Mania was created by cicada enthusiast Dan Century to disseminate a wide assortment of cicada-related news and information. Cicada Mania links to...
Cicada Central
This site, hosted by University of Connecticut, "is designed to be a center for the exchange of scientific information concerning cicadas of the world." This...
Hunting for Periodical Cicadas
This site, from Salt in the Sandbox, is a neat inquiry-based educational cicada site for children. Visitors will find a link to the project's blog, photo...
Iowa State University Entomology...
Iowa State University's Department of Entomology hosts a gaggle of insect-related sites, among them the Entomology Image Library. Here, interested viewers may...



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