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Name: Elias
State: NJ
County: Cape May
City: Sea Isle city
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Describe Cicadas activity: Tibicen latifasciata (Neotibicen latifasciatus) calling in good numbers. Beautiful species!
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Name: Christine
State: mi
County: mi
City: Mt. morris
Location: 48458
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Describe Cicadas activity: I have been finding cicada shells under some of my trees.
Other comments: 2015 my dog got violently sick from eating these insects/shells. The cicadas are back this year and I am trying my best to keep her away from them. How do I get rid of the cicadas?



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Name: Kathy
State: New Jersey
County: Ocean
City: Toms River
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Describe Cicadas activity: There is one on the top of my gazebo. It has not moved for over an hour and not making any sound.
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Name: Erin Pelikhov
State: MA
County: Essex
City: Marblehead
Location: Atlantic Ave and Drumlin Rd
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Describe Cicadas activity: Found a live nymph in my friend's yard a few blocks away on 8/8/16. I found some skins in my yard today, 8/15/16. Last year I also had several skins and wings in my yard.
Other comments: How do I know these are annual and not periodical stragglers? I have some photos if that helps.



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Name: Bob
State: GA
County: Gwinnette
City: Sugar HIll
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Describe Cicadas activity: I walked out my front door this morning about 6:45, and there were two cicadas on the concrete landing. I touched them with my foot and they clew off making their distinct sound. I looked around and did not see any others.
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Name: Joseph Shenk
State: PA
County: Cumberland
City: Carlisle
Location: Carlisle Crossings (mall)
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Describe Cicadas activity: Sparse so far, here and in Chester county.
Other comments: This was an all-black cicada with a silver-white bottom. Found upside-down, i righted him and there he remained...



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State: PA
County: Montgomery
City: Skippack
Location: Forty Foot road and Ashland Dr
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Describe Cicadas activity: Early sounds- 2 weeks before July 4, 2016. First time cicada was visible, around noon, on 7.18.16
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Name: Linda Henson
State: New Jersey
County: Camden
City: Haddon Township
Location: Intersection of Rt. 130 & Elm
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Describe Cicadas activity: Heard 1 call about a month ago. Heard increasing numbers since last Friday. Now lots of buzzing during the afternoon
Other comments: Haven't been able to see one yet--do the different types sound different?



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Name: Cameron
State: New Jersey
County: Middlesex
City: South Amboy
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Describe Cicadas activity: Quite still until now.
Other comments: Heard the first cicada call this morning. Neotibicen Tibicen Tibicen!!!! Not many emerging yet? I guess it's a bit early?



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Name: Cameron
State: New Jersey
County: Middlesex
City: East Brunswick
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Describe Cicadas activity: Single shell on tree. Seem to be an early one.
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Name: Jennifer Beach
State: Virginia
County: Prince Edward
City: Rice
Location: Farmville
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Describe Cicadas activity: First sighting this morning. Single cicada on the sidewalk.
Other comments: Saw our first cicada today, early morning.



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Name: Clifford Sillivant
State: South Carolina
County: Charleston
City: Charleston
Location: 318 Lamont Rd Charleston, SC 2
GPS Coordinates: 32.779722553092014 -79.998061
Describe Cicadas activity: This is the first one I've seen this year. It's about 2 inches long. Any idea of what kind it is?
Other comments: I have seen a crazy numbers of the Carolina Anole lizards this year all over Charleston County.



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Name: AMDINISTRATOR
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Other comments: We had to shut down our report system due to people filling it with garbage and advertisements. Our cicada report system is back up and running now and has been improved so that it can not be hacked again.



 

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