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    turquoise cicada This is sure a pretty thing!

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    TURQUOISE CICADA ©Paul Bertner Shot at Manu Lodge, Manu National Park, Lowland Amazon Basin, Peru. Pierre Jolivet & Krishna K. Verma in their book Fascinating Insects write: Happy are the cicadas, since their wives are mute, wrote one day some macho writer at the beginning of an entomology books.

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