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These guys are all over the trees in my backyard. After living underground for most of their lives, the final nymphal stage of the cicada emerges from the soil, climbs a nearby tree, sheds its skin, and becomes an adult. The synchronous buzzing of these insects is one of the characteristic sounds of summer.

A cicada shell;
it sang itself
utterly away.

-Matsuo Bashō

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