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Not sure about the ID!!
Indeed thank you so much Martin for the id :)and we were on that trip together ;-) hence the same spotting :)the rocks there were just by the river and many but not all were white .
Polyneura refers to the nerve texture in the wings. Cheni would likely refer to China.We've seen this one before http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/712... What is it about white rocks?
WOW What striking colors. Fantastic!
Love revisiting this spotting! I hope you get an ID soon. Please consider adding to The Hoppers mission :) http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/8096...
I have already seen this. WOW! It is still spectacular!
Thank you Lisa!
Thank you all so much Guys!
Beautiful! Great spotting and picture Atul =)
really stunning...its wings look like an integrated circuit !!! O_oMik
I have seen many a Cicada in my life, but I am not sure I have ever seen one so grand as yours. simply stunning.
thanks Sumukha , Jolly And jessica.
Wow,, is wat i can say..!!
@ Chun i think the id is spot on my friend , but i dont understand a word of what is written on that site.thanks for the id chun!
What a terrific blend of colors! Magnificent!
Looks like the Polyneura cheni from China.http://wenwen.soso.com/z/q213010055.htmMight be very closely related.
yes it is Emma but no id yet , have been trying real hard for it!
The cicada phenomenon is amazing.
Thank you so much Carol and pawpaw!
This is one of my favorites of yours. Spring is coming here early and I can't wait to find my first insect and spider. I saw some Winter Stoneflies. They were the last insects I found and the first now.
Lat: 30.07, Long: 79.02
Spotted on Aug 14, 2011 Submitted on Jan 31, 2012
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