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Cicadas are seen emerging from hibernation in Spotsylvania, Va. The first cicadas have officially arrived for the 2013 season. The bugs last made an appearance in 1996.
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Hordes of cicadas cling to lilly plants in Stoneville, N.C.
H. Scott Hoffman/AP
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One of thousands of cicadas seen on a farm in Stoneville, N.C.
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Cicadas emerge from hibernation in Spotsylvania, Va.
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A cicada is seen on a plant in Lake Ridge, Va.
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A statue is covered with cicadas in Stoneville, N.C.
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Gary Hevel, a research collaborator with the Dept. of Entomology at the National Museum of Natural History, holds up a preserved cicadas at the Smithsonian Institution's Museum Support Center in Camp Springs, Md.
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