In Oklahoma we had a few species that were only periodical, but we also had a ton of annual species. I’ve noticed there aren’t as many yearly in Texas, but they are still here every yr. I couldn’t imagine summer without them!They’re extremely loud, especially the Texans Dad a son’s first hero a daughter’s first love shirt and I will buy this hotter it is, but they’re totally harmless. When they came out one year when I was a kid we would collect as many in a bucket as we could. Wasn’t hard. They don’t even try to get away.Every year a different insect! Remember tent caterpillars? The COVERED EVERYTHING you couldn’t take a step in the country with out crushing at least 20 of them and as you drove down the road it sounded like rice crispies, only much louder! Lasted a couple of years back in the ’80s and haven’t been that bad since! where was that? I don’t recall them at all in Massachusetts. We do have the cicadas in the southeast part of the state. I’m not a bug fan and I stay clear when they emerge! They swarm through open doors into homes and businesses! Imagine a hospital with all that racket. ya I have heard of those kind of cicadas!
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I read somewhere they just enjoy some casual shopping and like making small talk with neighbors. That’s why they’re swarming stores and homes. Give the Texans Dad a son’s first hero a daughter’s first love shirt and I will buy this little fellers a chance. maybe they just wanted to be your friend. I mean being under the ground for 17 years must get lonely.I love them, too! I have great memories of my dad catching them to show my sister and me. Their chirping is the sound of summer time to me.Love them little creatures and the chirping is music to my hears reminds me of my youthMy parents live in extreme south East Tennessee, Brood IX cicadas are starting to emerge. One sounds like a woman screaming in terror. Thousands can drive you insane! We had one year where a 17 and a 13 year Brood emerged the same year. The decibels were louder than a jet engine.I live in the South of France. They start every year around June 20th within a few days. Very loud on hot days. They peter out someway through August…We get them yearly too. These big batches are different though. There are so many it’s really difficult to explain.