The Lampyridae are a family of insects in the beetle order Coleoptera. They are
winged beetles, commonly called fireflies or lightning bugs for their conspicuous
use of bioluminescence during twilig...
Jun 3, 2016 ... Bottom line: Why do fireflies light up? It's because of a chemical reaction between
an organic compound in the fireflies' abdomens – called ...
Fireflies or lightning bugs make light within their bodies. This process is called
bioluminescence and is shared by many other organisms, mostly sea-living or ...
Jun 25, 2014 ... Actually, let us restate that: it doesn't have fireflies that light up. ... Well maybe not
the whole spectrum, but they do come in yellow, light red, ...
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May 2, 2013 ... A simple video about what makes fireflies glow. Class Project make-up
assignment for Project 1.
Fireflies emit light mostly to attract mates, although they also communicate ... In
some firefly species, only one sex lights up. ... Why do they like standing water?
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Jul 21, 2015 ... But until recently, we didn't really understand how fireflies produced their... ...
Biology & Science Questions : How Does a Firefly Produce Light?
Light made this way is called bioluminescence. We know a lot about the special
chemical reaction. But we do not know all about how it makes light.
Jul 1, 2010 ... The flashing of their pale, lime light acts as a warning to predators. ... But
scientists do know what the flashes are used for: adult fireflies shine ...
May 22, 2016 ... A complex chemical reaction in the firefly's light organ produces ... "How and why
do fireflies light up?," Scientific America, September 5, 2005.