Gene Kritsky

6:00 am
Mon June 16, 2014

Cicadas prepare to say goodbye to Clermont and NKY

The 13-year adult cicadas, in their heyday just a few weeks ago, will be gone by the end of June.
Gene Kritsky

Ohio's only 13-year cicadas, which were creating lots of buzz a few weeks ago in parts of Brown and Clermont Counties, are now fading fast. The adults will be gone by the end of June and their offspring will be falling from trees and by Christmas will be 8-12" below ground, according to entomologist Dr. Gene Kritsky of the College of Mt. St. Joseph and his website.

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