Okay okay! What is this insect

What type of insect is this. Is it wdo?


Yes I’m in Florida wearing my flip-flops and my Speedos. So don’t comment on that. Lol

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It’s a Cicada. Fortunately we didn’t get the 17 year versions around my house.


Not a WDI, they live in the ground and emerge every 17 years. I think there is a 13 year version.

Not ours we call them Junebug. They rattled the night up to . The evening

That doesn’t look like a Flippen June bug from here.

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Well are not looking exclusively in the Deep South

Jumebugs are little brown beetles. On the west coast anyway. You guys also call roaches"palmetto" bugs. LOL. They are just BA roaches…

June bugs are eating in the South with jalapeno peppers and cheddar cheese yes!

This is what we called a June bug. When I was a child, we would tie a thread to them and have them fly around on a string.

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Maine June Bug.
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The wings are a give away. Funny thing growing up here in Jawja, we always called them “caidydids”. Had no clue what a cicada was until I got eduemucated… :woozy_face:

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Northeast GA. I’ve seen a few…

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Yes sir! The southern devil scorpion :dizzy_face:

Why??? Didn’t you have toys like a normal child?

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Yep, that’s what I was talking about earlier.

@bcawhern1 Japanese fruit beetle. They’re fun to catch and tie a string to. I used to do that when I was a kid also.

Ha! That is exactly what we did. My back yard is full of the things this year, I haven’t seen this many of them in ages.

i think you discovered a new species of insects. Name it after your name :grin: :grin: :grin:

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