Firefly

Firefly

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Credit: MELVYN YEO/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Firefly. Underside of a firefly (family Lampyridae), showing its head (upper centre) and antennae. Fireflies are beetles that produce light (bioluminescence) from their abdomen during twilight to attract mates or prey.

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