Where Do Cicadas Live?

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Young cicadas live in the ground while adult ones live on trees. These are large stout insects, which are also characterised by round bulging eyes and short, bristly antennae. There are about 2000 species of this insect which are found all over the world with the exception of the Antarctica.
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They live in every continent expect Antarctica.
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Cicadas live in the following states: DE, GA, IL, IN, KY, MD, MI, NC, NJ, NY, OH, PA, TN, VA,
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more than likely they are the source of the holes.the common cicadas will make a dime to nickle sized exit hole in the ground, easily large enough to notice.cicada killer wasps will
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It depends on the species of the cicada. The Magicicada Genus has a 17 or 13 year life cycle. Others have life cycles of a variety of years, never more than 17.
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Cicadas live in temperate and tropical climates around the world
Cicadas are found all over the world but the largest populations of them are found in warmer climates. Still, there are 10 different species of cicadas in Michigan alone.
Cicadas are known to live all over the world. The species does very a little depending on where they are located, but generally they all look like big eyed grasshoppers.
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