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Dog-day cicadas

Neotibicen spp.

Bumble bee

Jeff Hahn, University of Minnesota Extension

Description: 1 - 1 1/2 inches long. Stout, green to brown colored bodies with black markings, four long, clear wings that lay tent-like over the body and with very short antennae.

Where/When: Found on hardwood trees. Present July through September.

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