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Re: cicada pictures

I haven't seen or heard one of those little buggers either?  June bugs, yes,  Cicadas, no.

Elizabeth Gessler <lgeeyore@comcast.net> wrote:
Your friend should come visit my area. I live in Southeastern, PA. My
husband works in Delaware and he can't call me while is outside at work
because the cicadas are making so much noise. I went to visit him at work
last week and I had to pick at least 10 off of me after I got inside. They
are everywhere around his office.

On the other hand, just 15 miles away at home we haven't seen one yet.

Liz in PA

-------Original Message-------

From: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: 05/25/04 15:01:13
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] cicada pictures

I have a friend who is collecting cicadas for her son, the entymologist.
I'm under orders to nab the little sprats alive and give 'em to her, if
I can!

Thanks in advance,

Wendy in SW OH

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