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C. A Fascinating Fauna (Continued)

Cicada species occurring in more than one region of the world are marked with an asterisk (*).

8B. Caribbean Islands

Despite the proximity to Central and South America, the Caribbean fauna of 21 fcicadas is largely endemic (native).

Family Cicadidae - Subfamily *Cicadinae
Tribe *Fidicinini (mostly S. American)
*Ollanta: 1 species
*Proarna: 3 species (mostly S. American)

Tribe *Tibicenini (mostly northern hemisphere)
* Diceroprocta: 3 species (mostly North American)

Tribe *Zammarini (mostly S. American)
Borencona: 1 species
Juanaria: 1 species
*Odopoea: 5 species (New World)
Uhleroides: 7 species

Subfamily *Cicadettinae
Tribe *Carinetini (mostly S. American)
*Carineta: 1 species (mostly S. American)

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