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Cicadas seen emerging around Greater Cincinnati this weekend

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Posted at 9:45 AM, May 15, 2021
and last updated 2021-05-15 15:05:38-04

Cicadas from the much-anticipated Brood X appear to have emerged in the Tri-State this weekend.

Late Friday night, WCPO viewer Matthew Servizzi spotted cicadas climbing on trees and on walls in Sharonville.

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A cicada climbs on a tree in Sharonville as Brood X begins to emerge, May 14, 2021.

In photos and video taken by WCPO viewer Jill Soete, cicada larvae were spotted coming out of the ground at a community yard sale in Fort Mitchell Saturday morning.

Cicadas emerge in Northern Kentucky

Viewer Lindsey Holm snapped photos of a more mature-looking cicada at her home in Wyoming, Ohio.

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A cicada that appeared to have shed its skin was spotted in Wyoming, Ohio, May 15, 2021.

Viewer K. Swanson saw a cicada emerging from its skin on a tree in Alexandria, Kentucky.

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A cicada appears to emerge from its skin in Alexandria, Kentucky.

Billions of Brood X cicadas are expected to emerge from their 17-year slumber across the eastern and midwestern U.S. this summer.

Have you seen cicadas begin to emerge in your neighborhood? Send us your photos and video on Facebook and Twitter, or email us at newsdesk@wcpo.com.

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