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Superb Green Cicada
Unlike crickets and grasshoppers which make sounds by rubbing their wings and legs together, male (seen here) cicadas produce sound by vibrating special membrane-like structures (tymbals) on their abdomen.

Unlike crickets and grasshoppers which make sounds by rubbing their wings and legs together, male (seen here) cicadas produce sound by vibrating special membrane-like structures (tymbals) on their abdomen.

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