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 Do lightning bugs bite?

Answer Gardeners consider lightning bugs, or fireflies, beneficial insects with no known potential dangers. According to Texas A&M University's Department of Horticultural Sciences, "They don't bite, they... Read More »
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Do dust mites bite I sometimes feel like tiny bugs bite me, but I can't see anything What are they?

Usually mites that bite birds usually bite people, chiggers also do. Scabie mites are also notorious for infesting humans. The difficulty in determining what is biting is that all of these are so... Read More »
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Why do you not see lightning bugs in the day?

Because their body chemistry responds to night-time lighting and living, fireflies or lightning bugs [Lampyridae family] tend not to be seen during the day. During the day, they try to hide in the ... Read More »
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Why do lightning bugs blink?

Lightning bugs, also known as fireflies, are one of the most well-known examples of bioluminescence, in which light is emitted by a living organism. Fireflies mainly blink for purposes of reproduct... Read More »
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Do lightning bugs migrate?

Lightning bugs (Lampyridae), also commonly referred to as fireflies, do not migrate. These winged beetles usually live for about 2 months and prefer warm, damp regions. Approximately 2,000 species ... Read More »
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