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Old 04-03-2013, 09:41 AM   #48941
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Originally Posted by McLovin View Post
I was wondering that myself. Apparently, while they hatch every 13-17 years, there are different 'broods' (that's the term they use), and each 'brood' has it's own cycle.

As it turns out, cicadas are hatching practically every year, but in different places around the country, and in different quantities. According to this site:

The "2013 Cicada infestation is sizable, and will arrive in a number of states this spring. They are: CT, MD, NC, NJ, NY, PA, and VA".

I don't see florida in your list.

Does that mean a summer of wearing velvet and eating blocks of cheese (George costanza)
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