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She wanted to get that Cicada body into her den, to feed her young ones with it.

Woodland TalesErnest Seton-Thompson

In a week it had eaten the Cicada and grown to be a big fat grub.

Woodland TalesErnest Seton-Thompson

But if one presents a stick to it, continuing to whistle, the Cicada settles on it and begins again to descend backwards.

The Insect WorldLouis Figuier

Just then from the branch of a small oak a Cicada sounded his rolling love call.

Old Farm Fairies:Henry Christopher McCook

Then the Greek poets show us how intimately the song of the Cicada is associated with the hottest hours of the day.

She crawled under a big toadstool, and sat there looking very glum indeed, until a Cicada came along.

Among the Meadow PeopleClara Dillingham Pierson

The cyprus plains of Theocritus yet echo with the call of the cicada, and the anemones still bloom.

Confessions of a Book-LoverMaurice Francis Egan

This is the first species of Cicada to appear in the spring, and is found during November and December.

I think it was the zoon of a cicada which waked my attention, and once I heard them they seemed to fill the air with shrieking.

Old Plymouth TrailsWinthrop Packard

And that very day she declared war on the Cicada and his kind.

Woodland TalesErnest Seton-Thompson

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