Seu canto é muito similar ao da espécie Tibicen texanus.
Teeny tiny cicada, genus Ariasa
This cicada is very abundant here in Campinas-SP (we're in November). When I walk through the woods, I can hear the loud singing of endless cicadas of the species. They are also found singing in wood fences, dead branches and and small trees. I did not record any video yet, but the sound of their song is much similar to species Tibicen auriferus and Tibicen lyricen (despite this similarity, this text by Douglas Bottura refers to Guyalna sp as a species with a very similar behavior to this cicada). It's very small (1.5 cm) long and its most striking feature is the "W" on the back (this was green, but I have seen a specimen with a W in burgundy). Its eyes are dark, with a "mask" that covers it, and its belly is white, with the exception of abdomen, dark brown, almost black. This specimen is male.