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Not sure about the ID!!
Beautiful!!! Please consider adding to the Cicadas of the World Mission! =D http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/2160...
This is the most amazing cicada ever!
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.
Lat: 30.07, Long: 79.02
Spotted on Aug 14, 2011 Submitted on Jan 31, 2012
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