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RE: Cicada photos

I don't have the link anymore, but I am sure if you did a google search
you would find some.

I do have a 4 part hatching pictures taken by a friend. If you want
those, I could e-mail them to you privately.

Haven't seen one here... didn't expect too since this was always a
cornfield till I moved here. But did think I would find them elsewhere,
but not so far.


> Did anyone save the Cicada photograph link?  We lived just outside DC
> time they were there.  I had saved a big cluster of their shells
> to a
> branch off the Elm tree to show my grandchildren.  However, didn't
> any
> and threw it away when we moved.  Now we have a 6 year old, but no
> Cicadas,
> (thank the Good Lord!) and I'd like to send the photos to him in
> They don't have them either.  Thanks, Verona

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