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 How do lightning bugs glow in the dark?

Answer Fireflies, also known as lightning bugs, are nocturnal members of the Lampyridae family. These brightly lit flying beetles are a common sight on warm summer evenings and have long fascinated childr... 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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Does electricity make air glow in lightning?

Yes, lightning does cause the air along its path to glow in a process called gas excitation. Gasses in the air, especially nitrogen, are heated, and their molecules move rapidly. Light is generate... Read More »
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How to Catch Lightning Bugs?

Wanna know how to catch a boat load of lightning bugs? (aka fireflies) Well now you can. Usually you could only get like 2 or 3 fireflies on your hand, but with this method, you can catch a lot!
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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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