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Phengodes plumosa - male

Phengodes plumosa - Male
Apalachicola National Forest Whitehead Lake Campground, Liberty County, Florida, USA
March 29, 2006
Size: 14 mm
Very interesting antennae. Plumose and feathery. Attracted to UV lights.

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Phengodes plumosa - male Phengodes plumosa - male

Moved from Glowworms.

I wonder
Do bioluminescent insects, such as the female Phengodes, emit any UV light?

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