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LUNAR-NEWYEAR/
RTX26381
February 09, 2016
A visitor displays a "Maohou" at a Spring Festival temple fair on the second day of the Chinese Lunar...
Beijing, China
A visitor displays a "Maohou" at a Spring Festival temple fair on the second day of the Chinese Lunar...
A visitor displays a "Maohou" at a Spring Festival temple fair on the second day of the Chinese Lunar New Year of the Monkey in Beijing, China, February 9, 2016. "Maohou", which means hairy monkey in Chinese, is a traditional art form in Beijing that dates back to the Qing Dynasty and requires only the use of cicada slough and magnolia buds to form miniature sculptures. REUTERS/Jason Lee
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/
RTX26380
February 09, 2016
A visitor displays a "Maohou" at a Spring Festival temple fair on the second day of the Chinese Lunar...
Beijing, China
A visitor displays a "Maohou" at a Spring Festival temple fair on the second day of the Chinese Lunar...
A visitor displays a "Maohou" at a Spring Festival temple fair on the second day of the Chinese Lunar New Year of the Monkey in Beijing, China, February 9, 2016. "Maohou", which means hairy monkey in Chinese, is a traditional art form in Beijing that dates back to the Qing Dynasty and requires only the use of cicada slough and magnolia buds to form miniature sculptures. REUTERS/Jason Lee
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/
RTX2636C
February 09, 2016
A visitor displays a "Maohou" at a Spring Festival temple fair on the second day of the Chinese Lunar...
Beijing, China
A visitor displays a "Maohou" at a Spring Festival temple fair on the second day of the Chinese Lunar...
A visitor displays a "Maohou" at a Spring Festival temple fair on the second day of the Chinese Lunar New Year of the Monkey in Beijing, China, February 9, 2016. "Maohou", which means hairy monkey in Chinese, is a traditional art form in Beijing that dates back to the Qing Dynasty and requires only the use of cicada slough and magnolia buds to form miniature sculptures. REUTERS/Jason Lee TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-ODDLY/
RTX1HP0L
June 23, 2015
People look at plates of cooked insects at a park during an ethnic Hani minority event on the day before...
MOJIANG, China
People look at plates of cooked insects at a park during ethnic Hani minority event on the day before...
People look at plates of cooked insects at a park during an ethnic Hani minority event on the day before the summer solstice, in Mojiang, Yunnan province, China, June 21, 2015. Hani minority residents in Yunnan usually get together and mark the summer solstice by eating cooked arthropods including scorpions, centipedes, cockroaches, cicadas. Picture taken June 21, 2015. REUTERS/Wong Campion
CHINA-ODDLY/
RTX1HP0H
June 23, 2015
Centipedes are seen before being cooked at an ethnic Hani minority event on the day before the summer...
MOJIANG, China
Centipedes are seen before being cooked at ethnic Hani minority event on the day before the summer solstice,...
Centipedes are seen before being cooked at an ethnic Hani minority event on the day before the summer solstice, at a park in Mojiang, Yunnan province, China, June 21, 2015. Hani minority residents in Yunnan usually get together and mark the summer solstice by eating cooked arthropods including scorpions, centipedes, cockroaches, cicadas and so on. Picture taken June 21, 2015. REUTERS/Wong Campion
CHINA-ODDLY/
RTX1HP0A
June 23, 2015
A man eats a cocoon of an insect at a park during an ethnic Hani minority event on the day before the...
MOJIANG, China
A man eats a cocoon of an insect at a park during ethnic Hani minority event a day before summer solstice,...
A man eats a cocoon of an insect at a park during an ethnic Hani minority event on the day before the summer solstice, in Mojiang, Yunnan province, China, June 21, 2015. Hani minority residents in Yunnan usually get together and mark the summer solstice by eating cooked arthropods including scorpions, centipedes, cockroaches, cicadas and so on. Picture taken June 21, 2015. REUTERS/Wong Campion
NIGERIA-VIOLENCE/
RTR4UQPG
March 25, 2015
A Nigerien national guardsman stands guard next to women sitting under a cicada tree in Damasak, March...
DAMASAK, Nigeria
A Nigerien national guardsman stands guard next to women sitting under a cicada tree in Damasak
A Nigerien national guardsman stands guard next to women sitting under a cicada tree in Damasak, March 24, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Penney
NIGERIA-VIOLENCE/
RTR4UQB1
March 24, 2015
Women who lived through Boko Haram occupation sit under a cicada tree in Damasak, March 24, 2015. REUTERS/Joe...
DAMASAK, Nigeria
Women who lived through Boko Haram occupation sit under a cicada tree in Damasak
Women who lived through Boko Haram occupation sit under a cicada tree in Damasak, March 24, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Penney
CHINA-CULTURE/
RTR44LLC
September 02, 2014
Folk artist Yu Guangjun attaches the legs from a cicada slough onto a magnolia bud as he makes a "Maohou"...
Beijing, China
A folk artist attaches the legs from a cicada slough onto a magnolia bud as he makes a "Maohou" in his...
Folk artist Yu Guangjun attaches the legs from a cicada slough onto a magnolia bud as he makes a "Maohou" in his house in Beijing September 2, 2014. "Maohou", which means hairy monkey in Chinese, is a traditional art form in Beijing that dates back to the Qing Dynasty and requires only the use of cicada slough and magnolia buds to form miniature sculptures. Yu has been using Maohou figures in his miniatures to depict scenes from Beijing during the 1960-70s period. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA-CULTURE/
RTR44LKZ
September 02, 2014
Cicada sloughs and magnolia buds are photographed together on a table, items which folk artist Yu Guangjun...
Beijing, China
Cicada sloughs and magnolia buds are photographed together on a table, items which folk artist Yu Guangjun...
Cicada sloughs and magnolia buds are photographed together on a table, items which folk artist Yu Guangjun will use as he prepares to make "Maohou" sculptures at his house in Beijing,September 2, 2014. "Maohou", which means hairy monkey in Chinese, is a traditional art form in Beijing that dates back to the Qing Dynasty and requires only the use of cicada sloughs and magnolia buds to form miniature sculptures. Yu has been using Maohou figures in his miniatures to depict scenes from Beijing during the 1960-70s period. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA-CULTURE/
RTR44LJX
September 02, 2014
Folk artist Yu Guangjun detaches the head from the body of a cicada slough, to make a "Maohou" sculpture,...
Beijing, China
A folk artist detaches the head from the body of a cicada slough, to make a "Maohou" sculpture, at his...
Folk artist Yu Guangjun detaches the head from the body of a cicada slough, to make a "Maohou" sculpture, at his house in Beijing, September 2, 2014. "Maohou", which means hairy monkey in Chinese, is a traditional art form in Beijing that dates back to the Qing Dynasty and requires only the use of cicada sloughs and Magnolia buds to form miniature sculptures. Yu has been using Maohou figures in his miniatures to depict scenes from Beijing during the 1960-70s period. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA-CULTURE/
RTR44LJO
September 02, 2014
Folk artist Yu Guangjun places "Maohou" figures onto a miniature display at his house in Beijing, September...
Beijing, China
A folk artist places "Maohou" figures onto a miniature display at his house in Beijing
Folk artist Yu Guangjun places "Maohou" figures onto a miniature display at his house in Beijing, September 2, 2014. "Maohou", which means hairy monkey in Chinese, is a traditional art form in Beijing that dates back to the Qing Dynasty and requires only the use of cicada sloughs and Magnolia buds to form miniature sculptures. Yu has been using Maohou figures in his miniatures to depict scenes from Beijing during the 1960-70s period. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA-CULTURE/
RTR44LJ5
September 02, 2014
Folk artist Yu Guangjun attaches the legs from a cicada slough onto a Magnolia bud as he makes a "Maohou"...
Beijing, China
A folk artist attaches the legs from a cicada slough onto a Magnolia bud as he makes a "Maohou" in his...
Folk artist Yu Guangjun attaches the legs from a cicada slough onto a Magnolia bud as he makes a "Maohou" in his house in Beijing September 2, 2014. "Maohou", which means hairy monkey in Chinese, is a traditional art form in Beijing that dates back to the Qing Dynasty and requires only the use of cicada sloughs and Magnolia buds to form miniature sculptures. Yu has been using Maohou figures in his miniatures to depict scenes from Beijing during the 1960-70s period. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA-CULTURE/
RTR44LJ4
September 02, 2014
Cicada sloughs and Magnolia buds are placed in sequential order (L-R), on request from the photographer,...
Beijing, China
Cicada sloughs and Magnolia buds are placed in sequential order to illustrate the steps in making a "Maohou",...
Cicada sloughs and Magnolia buds are placed in sequential order (L-R), on request from the photographer, on a table to illustrate the steps in making a "Maohou", at the house of folk artist Yu Guangjun in Beijing, September 2, 2014. "Maohou", which means hairy monkey in Chinese, is a traditional art form in Beijing that dates back to the Qing Dynasty and requires only the use of cicada sloughs and Magnolia buds to form miniature sculptures. Yu has been using Maohou figures in his miniatures to depict scenes from Beijing during the 1960-70s period. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RTXZDAX
May 07, 2013
USA-CICADAS/BROODS - Map of the U.S. showing areas which will be affected by the coming emergence of...
Washington, UNITED STATES
USA-CICADAS/BROODS C
USA-CICADAS/BROODS - Map of the U.S. showing areas which will be affected by the coming emergence of periodical cicadas (SIN05)
RTXZC8W
May 06, 2013
USA-CICADAS/- Graphic showing the life cycle of Brood II cicadas which are due to emerge and swarm much...
Washington, UNITED STATES
USA-CICADAS/ C
USA-CICADAS/- Graphic showing the life cycle of Brood II cicadas which are due to emerge and swarm much of the U.S. East Coast after growing underground for the past 17 years. (SIN04)
EL SALVADOR/
RTR3EGOZ
March 01, 2013
A cicada sits on the stump of a coffee plant affected by a tree-killing fungus known as roya at the cooperative...
La Paz, El Salvador
A cicada sits on the stump of a coffee plant affected by a tree-killing fungus known as roya at the cooperative...
A cicada sits on the stump of a coffee plant affected by a tree-killing fungus known as roya at the cooperative of coffee growers Tepeczunt in La Paz March 1, 2013. El Salvador's government has handed out fungicides and sprayers to 17,000 small coffee growers after aggressive outbreaks of the blight known as roya have hit Central America's major coffee-producing nations and Mexico. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS BUSINESS)
Oddly Enough
Oddly Enough
Chinese Folk Art Made from Cicada - 31 Oct 2006
8 PICTURES
ENVIRONMENT CICADA
RTRKMT1
May 29, 2004
A mature cicada grabs on to a windshield of a vehicle traveling at 35 MPH in Great Falls, Virginia, May...
China
CICADA GRABS ON TO A WINDSHIELD WIPER.
A mature cicada grabs on to a windshield of a vehicle traveling at 35 MPH in Great Falls, Virginia, May 29, 2004. Swarms of 17-year cycle cicadas has returned to the U.S. Capital and its suburbs. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang HK
ENVIRONMENT CICADA
RTRKMSV
May 29, 2004
A mature cicada dries its wings on a concrete surface in Great Falls, Virginia, May 29, 2004. Swarms...
UNITED STATES
CICADA DRIES ITS WINGS ON A CONCRETE SURFACE.
A mature cicada dries its wings on a concrete surface in Great Falls, Virginia, May 29, 2004. Swarms of 17-year cycle cicadas has returned to the U.S. Capital and its suburbs. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang HK
ENVIRONMENT CICADA
RTRKMSQ
May 29, 2004
A mature cicada dries its wings on a tree branch in Great Falls, Virginia, May 29, 2004. Swarms of 17-year...
UNITED STATES
CICADA DRIES ITS WINGS ON A TREE BRANCH.
A mature cicada dries its wings on a tree branch in Great Falls, Virginia, May 29, 2004. Swarms of 17-year cycle cicadas has returned to the U.S. Capital and its suburbs. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang HK
HK
RTRKMSK
May 29, 2004
A mature cicadas climb a tree in Great Falls, Virginia, May 29, 2004. Swarms of 17-year cycle cicadas...
UNITED STATES
CICADAS CLIMB A TREE IN GREAT FALLS VIRGINIA.
A mature cicadas climb a tree in Great Falls, Virginia, May 29, 2004. Swarms of 17-year cycle cicadas has returned to the U.S. Capital and its suburbs. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang REUTERS
BUSH
RTRKC2F
May 25, 2004
White House spokesman Scott McClellan brushes off a cicada that stowed-away aboard Air Force One from...
Youngstown, United States of America
WHITE HOUSE SPOKESMAN SCOTT MCCLELLAN BRUSHES OFF CICADA.
White House spokesman Scott McClellan brushes off a cicada that stowed-away aboard Air Force One from Andrews Air Force Base to Youngstown, Ohio, after stepping off the airplane in Ohio, May 25, 2004. The nation's capital is swamped with the once every seventeen-year appearance of cicadas. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD
BUSH
RTRKBV2
May 25, 2004
U.S. President George W. Bush is chased by a cicada as he walks up the steps to Air Force One outside...
Andrews Air Force Base, United States of America
US PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH IS CHASED BY CICADA IN MARYLAND.
U.S. President George W. Bush is chased by a cicada as he walks up the steps to Air Force One outside of Washington at Andrews Air Force Base, May 25, 2004. The nation's capital is swamped with the once every seventeen-year appearance of the cicadas. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/HB
BUSH
RTRKBQH
May 25, 2004
U.S. President George W. Bush is chased by a cicada as he walks up the steps to Air Force One outside...
Andrews Air Force Base, United States of America
US PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH IS CHASED BY CICADA IN MARYLAND.
U.S. President George W. Bush is chased by a cicada as he walks up the steps to Air Force One outside of Washington at Andrews Air Force Base, May 25, 2004. The nation's capital is swamped with the once every seventeen-year appearance of the cicadas. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/HB
ANDREWS
RTRKC3P
May 24, 2004
U.S. President George W. Bush is chased by a cicada as he walks up the steps to Air Force One outside...
Andrews Air Force Base, United States of America
US PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH IS CHASED BY CICADA IN MARYLAND.
U.S. President George W. Bush is chased by a cicada as he walks up the steps to Air Force One outside of Washington at Andrews Air Force Base, May 25, 2004. The nation's capital is swamped with the once every seventeen-year appearance of the cicadas. REUTERS/Larry Downing Pictures of the Year 2004 LSD/HB
ENVIRONMENT
RTRK0VM
May 20, 2004
A newly emerged adult cicada peers over the top of a leaf in Arlington, Virginia May 20, 2004. Billions,...
Arlington, USA
AN ADULT CICADA SITS ON A LEAF IN ARLINGTON.
A newly emerged adult cicada peers over the top of a leaf in Arlington, Virginia May 20, 2004. Billions, probably trillions, of cicadas are emerging this month across the eastern United States, from Georgia north to southern New York and as far west as Illinois. REUTERS/John Pryke JDP/SV
ENVIRONMENT
RTRK0VC
May 20, 2004
A newly emerged adult cicada peers over the top of a leaf in Arlington, Virginia May 20, 2004. Billions,...
Arlington, USA
AN ADULT CICADA SITS ON A LEAF IN ARLINGTON.
A newly emerged adult cicada peers over the top of a leaf in Arlington, Virginia May 20, 2004. Billions, probably trillions, of cicadas are emerging this month across the eastern United States, from Georgia north to southern New York and as far west as Illinois. REUTERS/John Pryke JDP/SV
ENVIRONMENT CICADA
RTRKI5H
May 15, 2004
A newly emerged adult cicada climbs a wall in Great Falls, Virginia May 15, 2004. The nation's capital...
Great Falls
NEWLY EMERGED CICADA ON A WALL IN GREAT FALLS VIRGINIA.
A newly emerged adult cicada climbs a wall in Great Falls, Virginia May 15, 2004. The nation's capital area is swamped with the once every seventeen-year appearance of cicadas. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang HK
ENVIRONMENT CICADA
RTRJMB2
May 15, 2004
A newly emerged adult cicada climbs a wall in Great Falls, Virginia May 15, 2004. Starting this week...
Great Falls, United States of America
NEWLY EMERGED CICADA ON A WALL IN GREAT FALLS.
A newly emerged adult cicada climbs a wall in Great Falls, Virginia May 15, 2004. Starting this week across much of the eastern United States, cicadas will emerge from their 17 years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang HK
ENVIRONMENT CICADA
RTRJMAY
May 15, 2004
Newly emerged adult cicadas gather on a wall in Great Falls, Virginia May 15, 2004. Starting this week...
Great Falls, United States of America
NEWLY EMERGED CICADAS ON A WALL IN GREAT FALLS VIRGINIA.
Newly emerged adult cicadas gather on a wall in Great Falls, Virginia May 15, 2004. Starting this week across much of the eastern United States, cicadas will emerge from their 17 years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang HK
ENVIRONMENT CICADA
RTRJMAJ
May 15, 2004
A newly emerged adult cicada gathers on a wall in Great Falls, Virginia May 15, 2004. Starting this week...
Great Falls, United States of America
NEWLY EMERGED CICADA ON A WALL IN GREAT FALLS.
A newly emerged adult cicada gathers on a wall in Great Falls, Virginia May 15, 2004. Starting this week across much of the eastern United States, cicadas will emerge from their 17 years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang HK
ENVIRONMENT CICADA
RTRJMAC
May 15, 2004
Adult cicadas emerge from the ground in Great Falls, Virginia May 15, 2004. Starting this week across...
Great Falls, United States of America
ADULT CICADAS EMERGE FROM THE GROUND IN GREAT FALLS VIRGINIA.
Adult cicadas emerge from the ground in Great Falls, Virginia May 15, 2004. Starting this week across much of the eastern United States, cicadas will emerge from their 17 years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang HK
CICADAS
RTXMLH2
May 13, 2004
A newly emerged adult cicada walks on a wrist of Lucas Kang, 8, in Great Falls, Virginia May 13, 2004....
Great Falls, USA
A newly emerged adult cicada walks on a wrist of Lucas Kang in Great Falls
A newly emerged adult cicada walks on a wrist of Lucas Kang, 8, in Great Falls, Virginia May 13, 2004. Starting this week across much of the eastern United States cicadas will emerge from their 17-years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang
CICADAS
RTXMLH1
May 13, 2004
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a plant in Great Falls, Virginia May 13, 2004. [Starting...
Great Falls, USA
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a plant in Great Falls, Virginia May 13, 2004. [Star.....
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a plant in Great Falls, Virginia May 13, 2004. [Starting this week across much of the eastern United States cicadas will emerge from their 17-years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying.]
SCIENCE CICADAS
RTRWMFF
May 13, 2004
A Cicada debuts at Pimlico race track in Baltimore, Maryland May 13, 2004. Starting this week, across...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
CICADA SEEN AT PIMLICO RACE TRACK IN BALTIMORE.
A Cicada debuts at Pimlico race track in Baltimore, Maryland May 13, 2004. Starting this week, across much of the eastern United States, from Georgia north to southern New York and as far west as Illinois, the cicadas will emerge from their 17 years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying. REUTERS/Mannie Garcia MG
SCIENCE CICADAS
RTRJH3N
May 13, 2004
A newly emerged adult cicada walks on a wrist of Lucas Kang, 8, in Great Falls, Virginia May 13, 2004....
NEWLY EMERGED CICADA ON A WRIST OF A CHILD IN GREAT FALLS VIRGINIA.
A newly emerged adult cicada walks on a wrist of Lucas Kang, 8, in Great Falls, Virginia May 13, 2004. Starting this week across much of the eastern United States cicadas will emerge from their 17-years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang HK
SCIENCE CICADAS
RTRJH3H
May 13, 2004
An exoskeleton of a newly emerged adult cicada is left hanging on a plant in Great Falls, Virginia May...
EXOSKELETON OF A NEWLY EMERGED CICADA IN GREAT FALLS VIRGINIA.
An exoskeleton of a newly emerged adult cicada is left hanging on a plant in Great Falls, Virginia May 13, 2004. Starting this week across much of the eastern United States cicadas will emerge from their 17 years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang HK
SCIENCE CICADAS
RTRJH3A
May 13, 2004
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a plant in Great Falls, Virginia May 13, 2004. Starting...
NEWLY EMERGED CICADA IN GREAT FALLS VIRGINIA.
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a plant in Great Falls, Virginia May 13, 2004. Starting this week across much of the eastern United States cicadas will emerge from their 17-years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang HK
SCIENCE CICADA
RTRJH32
May 13, 2004
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a plant in Great Falls, Virginia May 13, 2004. Starting...
NEWLY EMERGED CICADA IN GREAT FALLS VIRGINIA.
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a plant in Great Falls, Virginia May 13, 2004. Starting this week across much of the eastern United States cicadas will emerge from their 17 years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang HK
CICADAS
RTXMLXR
May 12, 2004
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a tree in Arlington, Virginia May 12, 2004. Billions,...
Washington, USA
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a tree in Arlington, Virginia May 12, 2004. Billions.....
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a tree in Arlington, Virginia May 12, 2004. Billions, probably trillions, of cicadas are emerging this month across the eastern United States in a monster swarm known as Brood X or brood 10. Scientists plan to study the mass coming out of Brood X to find out. ["Brood X is likely to be the largest insect emergence on Earth," said Keith Clay, a cicada expert at Indiana University. Starting this week, across much of the eastern United States, from Georgia north to southern New York and as far west as Illinois, the cicadas will emerge from their 17 years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying.]
CICADAS
RTXMLXQ
May 12, 2004
Newly emerged adult cicadas, seen at different stages of drying their wings, wait on a tree in Arlington,...
Washington, USA
Newly emerged adult cicadas, seen at different stages of drying their wings, wait on a tree in Arlin.....
Newly emerged adult cicadas, seen at different stages of drying their wings, wait on a tree in Arlington, Virginia May 12, 2004. Billions, probably trillions, of cicadas are emerging this month across the eastern United States in a monster swarm known as Brood X or brood 10. ["Brood X is likely to be the largest insect emergence on Earth," said Keith Clay, a cicada expert at Indiana University. Starting this week, across much of the eastern United States, from Georgia north to southern New York and as far west as Illinois, the cicadas will emerge from their 17 years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying.]
CICADAS
RTXMLXP
May 12, 2004
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a tree in Arlington, Virginia May 12, 2004. Starting...
Washington, USA
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a tree in Arlington, Virginia May 12, 2004. Starting.....
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a tree in Arlington, Virginia May 12, 2004. Starting this week, across much of the eastern United States, from Georgia north to southern New York and as far west as Illinois, the cicadas will emerge from their 17 years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying.
SCIENCE CICADA
RTRJDUM
May 12, 2004
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a tree in Arlington, Virginia May 12, 2004. Starting...
Washington, United States of America
A NEWLY EMERGED ADULT CICADA DRIES ITS WINGS ON A TREE IN ARLINGTON.
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a tree in Arlington, Virginia May 12, 2004. Starting this week, across much of the eastern United States, from Georgia north to southern New York and as far west as Illinois, the cicadas will emerge from their 17 years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying. REUTERS/John Pryke JDP
USA
RTRJDUD
May 12, 2004
Newly emerged adult cicadas, seen at different stages of drying their wings, wait on a tree in Arlington,...
Washington, USA
NEWLY EMERGED ADULT CICADAS DRY THEIR WINGS ON A TREE IN ARLINGTON.
Newly emerged adult cicadas, seen at different stages of drying their wings, wait on a tree in Arlington, Virginia May 12, 2004. Billions, probably trillions, of cicadas are emerging this month across the eastern United States in a monster swarm known as Brood X or brood 10. "Brood X is likely to be the largest insect emergence on Earth," said Keith Clay, a cicada expert at Indiana University. Starting this week, across much of the eastern United States, from Georgia north to southern New York and as far west as Illinois, the cicadas will emerge from their 17 years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying. REUTERS/John Pryke JDP/SV
SCIENCE CICADAS
RTRJD00
May 12, 2004
FOR RPA/MARK - A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a tree in Arlington, Virginia May 12,...
Washington, United States of America
A NEWLY EMERGED ADULT CICADA DRIES ITS WINGS ON A TREE IN ARLINGTON.
FOR RPA/MARK - A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a tree in Arlington, Virginia May 12, 2004. Billions, probably trillions, of cicadas are emerging this month across the eastern United States in a monster swarm known as Brood X or brood 10. Scientists plan to study the mass coming out of Brood X to find out. "Brood X is likely to be the largest insect emergence on Earth," said Keith Clay, a cicada expert at Indiana University. Starting this week, across much of the eastern United States, from Georgia north to southern New York and as far west as Illinois, the cicadas will emerge from their 17 years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying. REUTERS/John Pryke REUTERS JDP/SV
USA
RTRJCQ0
May 12, 2004
Newly emerged adult cicadas, seen at different stages of drying their wings, wait on a tree in Arlington,...
Washington, USA
NEWLY EMERGED ADULT CICADAS DRY THEIR WINGS ON A TREE IN ARLINGTON.
Newly emerged adult cicadas, seen at different stages of drying their wings, wait on a tree in Arlington, Virginia May 12, 2004. Billions, probably trillions, of cicadas are emerging this month across the eastern United States in a monster swarm known as Brood X or brood 10. Scientists plan to study the mass coming out of Brood X to find out. Did their bizarre 17-year cycle evolve because they are such easy prey, or did it allow them to evolve into the clumsy, noisy creatures that they are? "Brood X is likely to be the largest insect emergence on Earth," said Keith Clay, a cicada expert at Indiana University. Starting this week, across much of the eastern United States, from Georgia north to southern New York and as far west as Illinois, the cicadas will emerge from their 17 years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying. REUTERS/John Pryke REUTERS JDP
SCIENCE CICADA
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May 12, 2004
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a tree in Arlington, Virginia May 12, 2004. Starting...
Washington, United States of America
A NEWLY EMERGED ADULT CICADA DRIES ITS WINGS ON A TREE IN ARLINGTON.
A newly emerged adult cicada dries its wings on a tree in Arlington, Virginia May 12, 2004. Starting this week, across much of the eastern United States, from Georgia north to southern New York and as far west as Illinois, the cicadas will emerge from their 17 years of sucking on tree roots underground to engage in a two-week orgy of calling, mating, laying eggs and then dying. REUTERS/John Pryke JDP
CHINA
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October 05, 1999
A Chinese vendor shows off a pet cicada at a market in Beijing October 4. The insects, which make popular...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
A Chinese vendor shows off a pet cicada at a market in Beijing October 4. The insects, which make po.....
A Chinese vendor shows off a pet cicada at a market in Beijing October 4. The insects, which make popular pets during the summer and autumn months and are prized for their chirping, cost about 10 yuan each ($1.20).
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CHINA
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October 05, 1999
A Chinese vendor shows off a pet cicada at a market in Beijing October 4. The insects, which make popular...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
VENDOR SHOWS OFF PET INSECT IN BEIJING.
A Chinese vendor shows off a pet cicada at a market in Beijing October 4. The insects, which make popular pets during the summer and autumn months and are prized for their chirping, cost about 10 yuan each ($1.20).

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CHINA FASHION
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March 27, 1999
A model carefully descends steps as she wears a creation by Chinese designer Tang Xiaoyu, in the "Brother...
Beijing, China
A CHINESE MODEL WEARS A CREATION BY A YOUNG DESIGNER IN BEIJING.
A model carefully descends steps as she wears a creation by Chinese designer Tang Xiaoyu, in the "Brother Cup China International Young Designers Contest" March 27. Tang says his designs are inspired by inscects such as bees, cicadas and butterflies. The competition is part of CHIC '99, China's biggest fashion event of the year. Chinese textile officials have pushed hard to move China away from the design-poor environment where clothing designed by foreign producers was manufactured for overseas markets, towards the goal of producing top-class designs of their own.

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CHINA
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March 25, 1999
A model carefully descends steps as she wears a creation by Chinese designer Tang Xiaoyu, in the "Brother...
Beijing, China
A model carefully descends steps as she wears a creation by Chinese designer Tang Xiaoyu, in the "Br.....
A model carefully descends steps as she wears a creation by Chinese designer Tang Xiaoyu, in the "Brother Cup China International Young Designers Contest" March 27. Tang says his designs are inspired by inscects such as bees, cicadas and butterflies. The competition is part of CHIC '99, China's biggest fashion event of the year. Chinese textile officials have pushed hard to move China away from the design-poor environment where clothing designed by foreign producers was manufactured for overseas markets, towards the goal of producing top-class designs of their own.
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September 14, 1998
Actors Kelsey Grammer (R) and David Hyde Pierce, stars of the NBC comedy series "Frasier," pose with...
multiple countries
EMMY WINNERS KELSEY GRAMMER AND DAVID HYDE PIERCE.
Actors Kelsey Grammer (R) and David Hyde Pierce, stars of the NBC comedy series "Frasier," pose with their respective Emmy awards at the Entertainment Tonight Emmy Party September 13 at the Cicada restaurant in Los Angeles. Grammer won an Emmy as outstanding lead actor and Pierce won outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series for their roles in "Frasier." The series made Emmy history by winning the Emmy for outstanding comedy series for the fifth consecutive year.

FSP/CM
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September 14, 1998
Warren Littlefield, president of NBC Entertainment (R), kisses actor Kelsey Grammer, star of the NBC...
multiple countries
EMMY WINNER KELSEY GRAMMER AND WARREN LITTLEFIELD.
Warren Littlefield, president of NBC Entertainment (R), kisses actor Kelsey Grammer, star of the NBC comedy series "Frasier" on the cheek at the Entertainment Tonight Emmy Party September 13 at the Cicada restaurant in Los Angeles. Grammer won an Emmy as outstanding lead actor in a comedy series for his role in "Frasier" and the series made Emmy history by winning the Emmy for outstanding comedy series for the fifth consecutive year.

FSP/CM
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September 14, 1998
Actor Kelsey Grammer, star of the comedy series "Frasier," holds his Emmy Award as he and wife Camille...
UNITED STATES
EMMY WINNER KELSEY GRAMMER AND WIFE AT EMMY PARTY.
Actor Kelsey Grammer, star of the comedy series "Frasier," holds his Emmy Award as he and wife Camille sit at their table at the Entertainment Tonight Emmy Party September 13 at the Cicada restaurant in Los Angeles. Grammer won an Emmy as outstanding lead actor in a comedy series for his role in "Frasier" and the series made Emmy history by winning the Emmy for outstanding comedy series for the fifth consecutive year.

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