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Periodical cicadas: Brood XIX of the 13-yr. cicada to emerge in 2024.
Hale, F. A. 2013.
EPP website, UT Extension, https://ag.tennessee.edu/EPP/Pages/Cicadas.aspx.
Periodical Cicadas, SP341-F (Revision).
Hale, F. A. 2012.
UT Extension, Originally by H. Williams, former Professor Emeritus, and Jaime Yanes Jr., former Assistant Professor.
Cicada coming out party ahead.
Morgan Simmons 2011.
Knoxville News Sentinel, Knoxville, TN.
Vail, K. M., and F. A. Hale. 2011.
What's Happening newsletter, Entomology and Plant Pathology, EPP #60, Volume 27, Issue 19, UT Extension.
Cicadas in the midst: A glimpse of the 17-year periodical cicada in a mixed stand of eastern hemlock.
Wiggins, G. J., A. Hakeem, R. A. Follum, J. F. Grant, and P. L. Lambdin. 2010.
53rd Southern Forest Insect Work Conference, Wilmington, NC, July 20-23, pg. 26.
Cicadas Emerging in More than a Dozen States: Brood XIV of Periodic Cicadas Takes Up the Love Song in the Eastern Forest.
Dickerson, R., and F. A. Hale. 2008.
Associated Press. Randall Dickerson.(May 19, 2008).
Wasps Cause Stir at Battlefield Park, “Cicada Killers’ Will be Removed, Eastern Flank to Reopen Soon.
Walters, K., and F. A. Hale. 2007.
The Tennessean Nashville, TN 7-10-07