They're here: Cicadas are beginning to invade N.J. after 17 years

May 4, 2013 Full story: The Newark Star-Ledger

After 17 years, one of the largest broods of cicadas are beginning to hatch. After emerging form the ground as nymphs the cicadas will morph into adults.

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George Washington

Newark, NJ

#1 May 6, 2013
New Jersey DEP is said to connect this to Global Warming.

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