A cicada, with its wide-set eyes, emerges from its underground nymph stage splitting its shell-like back, and spreading and drying its wings before flying up into the trees to produce its signature buzzing call to attract a mate in its last stage of life. Seen on a Greenfield bicycle tire.
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