It's over 2,000!

We're not fully through the third season but we have recently hit the 2,000 observation mark for this project! WOW!

A big thanks to everyone who has contributed so far to the project. I cannot stress how important it is to collect observations over multiple seasons.

These observations are important data for us to understand distribution and emergence patterns around the Greater Sydney Region, as well as understanding a bit more about cicada-plant interactions and preferences, particularly around more urban areas.

We're not through with the 2017/18 season, however. There are still quite a few species calling around the region. February and March are looking like keeping the good season going.

And don't forget you can still order copies of my Sydney cicada photo guide on eBay here:

We have also recently launched a website for our ...more ↓

Posted on February 16, 2018 12:40 AM by njemery njemery | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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