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Definition of the noun lampyridae

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noun - plural: -

  1. fireflies

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Google previewTeaching Green -- The Elementary Years (2005)

Hands-on Learning in Grades K-5 by Tim Grant, Gail Littlejohn

The cold light, or biolumi- nescence, that is produced by many species of the beetle family Lampyridae is the result of a chemical reaction that takes place in special cells of the firefly's abdomen. A substance called luciferin is acted upon by the ...

Google previewMcGraw-Hill 2003 Yearbook of Science & Technology (2003)

by McGraw-Hill Education

Most fireflies have classical black-and-red or black-and-yellow warning coloration that is visible in daylight, and apparently the primitive condition for the family Lampyridae is that adults are not luminous and are active diurnally. Phengodidae.

Google previewAustralian Beetles Volume 1 (2013)

Morphology, Classification and Keys by John Lawrence, Adam Slipinski

Classification and World Distribution The Lampyridae is a widespread family of ~ 85 genera 2000 species, with the greatest diversity in the more humid parts of the Neotropical and Oriental regions. The group is here considered to be divided ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Entomology (2008)

by John L. Capinera

Fireflies (Coleoptera: Lampyridae), Figure 27 Larva of Pyractomena borealis ( Randall) attacking a snail. At this point, the larva is extended under the foot, with head reaching up to bite and inject poison. The snail has detected the larva and ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Entomology (2011)

Fireflies (Lampyridae) of Genera Photuris and Photinus best-known luminescent insects. Luminescence excited by ultraviolet has been studied in some insects. BIOMAGNIFICATION Noun. (Greek, bios = life + Latin, magnificatus = magnificent , ...

Google previewLexicon of Plant Pests and Diseases (2013)

by Manuel Merino-Rodríguez

bostryche typographe el barrenillo tipografo del abeto rojo it bostrìco tipografo de Fichtenborkenkafer, Buchdrucker 584 Lampyridae en glowworms,firef1ies, lightning beetles fr vers luisants el gusanos de luz, luciernagas it lampiridi, lucciole ...

Google previewThe Metallic Mìgmaq-English Reference Dictionary (2005)

by Emmanuel N. Metallic, Danielle E. Cyr, Alexandre Sévigny, Presses de l'Université Laval

family Lampyridae.

Google previewA Dictionary of Zoology (2014)

by Michael Allaby

lamella lamellate Lamellibranchia lamina laminate Lamnidae Lamniformes lampbrush chromosome lamper eel lamprey Lamprididae Lampridiformes Lampris guttatus lamp shell Lampyridae lancelet land bridge land crabs landlocked fish ...

Google previewDictionary of Entomology, Plant Pathology and Nematology (1998)

by O. P. Singh, S. K. Srivastava

Fire fly: A name given to many luminescent insects but particularly to beetles of the family Lampyridae. These insects bear luminous organs on the 6th and 7th abdominal segments. Here a specialized fatty tissue is permeated by tracheae and ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Land Invertebrate Behaviour (1993)

by Rod Preston-Mafham, Ken Preston-Mafham

The lure of light Light emissions bring the sexes together in the glow-worms or fireflies ( Lampyridae).

Google previewA Dictionary of Skiri Pawnee (2008)

by Douglas Richard Parks, Lula Nora Pratt

N firefly, lightning bug (family Lampyridae).

Google previewThe Micrographic Dictionary: Plates (1883)

by John William Griffith, Arthur Henfrey

Antenna, pectinated (Lampyridae). 14. Antenna, bipectinated (Bombycidae). 16. Antenna, flabellate (Elateridae). 16. Antenna, clavate (Coleoptera). 17. Antenna, capitate (Coleoptera). 18. Antenna, lamellate and perfoliate (Melolontha). a, ...

Google previewUpper Necaxa Totonac Dictionary (2011)

by David Beck

Lampyridae) pú:knu'/püknu/(n)|clf laha-(1), tan-(2+), pl. puknunu' Common Ground Dove (Columbina passerina) pu:knüt /puknut/ (n) Ch (Pt pukutu mayāk) [ clf pullak-, pl. puknutnu Beggar Ticks (Bidens spp.), vine with purple flower pu: kukta'lá ...

Google previewAne's Encyclopedic Dictionary of General & Applied Entomology (2009)

by Manjit Singh Dhooria

of light producing insects commonly known belong to families Elateridae and Lampyridae. Any single or all stages in the life history of such insects may glow using one to many luminescent organs situated nearly anywhere in the body.

Google previewA Carib Grammar and Dictionary (2008)

by Henk Courtz

Inl firefly [Lampyridae] [ Ahlbr.

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