Genus Magicidada
periodical cicadas
Extant broods
The maps below show the generalized distributions of the broods of periodical cicadas. (Click on the maps to view larger versions.)

Emergence years for the broods
Recent and expected years of emergence of 17-Year Cicadas (Magicicada septendecim, M. cassini, and M. septendecula) by brood.
Links are to detailed maps and records of geographical distributions by species.
Brood I 1999 2012 2029
Brood II 1996 2013 2030
Brood III 1997 2014* 2031
Brood IV 1998** 2015*** 2032
Brood V 1999 2016 2033
Brood VI 2000 2017 2034
Brood VII 2001* 2018 2035 (M. septendecim only)
Brood VIII 2002** 2019 2036
Brood IX 2003 2020 2037
Brood X 2004 2021 2038
Brood XIII 2007 2024** 2041
Brood XIV 2008 2025 2042
Recent and expected years of emergence of 13-Year Cicadas (Magicicada tredecim, M. neotredecim, M. tredecassini, and M. tredecula) by brood:
Brood XIX 1998** 2011 2024**  
Brood XXII 2001* 2014* 2027
Brood XXIII 2001*** 2015*** 2028
*,**,*** mark broods that will emerge in the same year (of these, only Brood XIX of 13-year cicadas has any opportunity of appearing nearby or possibly overlapping with 17-year cicadas--with Brood IV in 1998 and with Brood XIII in 2024; overlapping years of emergence will not occur again with the same broods for an interval of 221 years, 13 X 17 years, or seventeen 13-year generations and thirteen 17-year generations).

External links
Periodical Cicada Page, University of Michigan.

Sexual behavior in North American cicadas of the genera Magicicada and Okanagana,
   a University of Michigan PhD dissertation by John Richard Cooley.