We present new records of Tibicen chloromera (Walker) in Connecticut. Monitoring population size differences by song suggests that several population densities are common in Tibicen chloromera: (1) sizable calling populations (2) small populations numbering no more than 5 calling individuals (3) single calling individuals that often do not remain in the same location for more than a few days. We discuss the distribution of this species in the state and the implications of differing densities.
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Vol. 133 • No. 3