By John Pierce
Periodical cicadas are now emerging in Macon’s Wesleyan Woods.
Evidence of the variety that appears like clockwork on a 13-year cycle can be seen throughout our wooded backyard.
While no beauties, these cicadas are harmless, entomologists say. They are not to be confused with destructive locusts.
Rather these red-eyed creatures just emerge, live for a while and then leave something behind.
By the way,
while they are here,
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