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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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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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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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When do lightning bugs come out?

Lightning bugs (Lampyridae), also known as fireflies, are types of small winged beetles that glow during summer nights. During the rest of the year, lightning bugs are in larval form. Lightning bug... Read More »
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When do lightning bugs come in spring?

Texas A&M University reports lightning bugs, or fireflies, are found throughout the summer beginning in late May. Fireflies are commonly seen at dusk when they illuminate as daylight fades to night... Read More »
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