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Research Project

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roni kane

on 23 October 2015

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Transcript of Research Project

Every firefly species has its own unique mating light pattern. Males blink one half of the code, females blink the other half.

Things that set the light patterns of different species of fireflies apart are the speed, brightness and length of each blink of light.

Blinking back and forth, the fireflies will locate each other.

The next night the same female firefly will mate with a different male firefly.

After from 4-6 matings the female will finally lay her eggs

Then starts the circle of light!

The Life of a
Firefly
Pupa
Adult Firefly
Larvae
Eggs
Different Summer Nightlights
Click Beetle
Railroad
Worm
Introduction
bioluminescent insects
Welcome to the Deep!
Anglerfish
Dragonfish
Hatchetfish
Firefly Squid
Reasons for Light
Hunting
How Not to be Eaten in the Deep Sea
Mating
Time to Leave
The Future of Bioluminesence
Wind, Sun and Bioluminescence
Man-Made Glow Pets
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