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A cicada, also known as tibicen pruinosus and the dog days cicada, clings to the bark of a tree sounding its shrill mating call after shedding its skin on Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2007. Ideal climate conditions have produced an abundance of cicadas in northeast Kansas. The cicada chorus drowns out most sounds in the evening hours.

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