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Cicero J.M. (2013) World Lampyridae, Lycidae, Phengodidae, Drilidae and miscellany


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A new species of Photuris Dejean (Coleoptera: Lampyridae) from a Mississippi cypress swamp, with notes on its behavior


New Lampyridae.


The North American fireflies of the genus Photuris DeJean a modification of Barber's key (Coleoptera; Lampyridae).


A new Photinus firefly, with notes on mating behavior and a possible case of character displacement (Coleoptera: Lampyridae).


Biology of the firefly Pyractomena lucifera (Coleoptera: Lampyridae).


A natural history of Pleotomodes needhami Green (Coleoptera: Lampyridae): A firefly symbiont of ants.


The occurrence and behaviors of North American fireflies (Coleoptera: Lampyridae) on milkweed, Asclepias syriaca L.


Revision of the Nearctic species of Photinus (Lampyridae: Coleoptera).


Two new genera and one new species of firefly (Coleoptera: Lampyridae: Lampyrinae: Lampyrini), with notes on their biology


Phylogenetic review of desert firefly taxonomic characters (Coleoptera: Lampyridae: Microphotus)


Revision of the species of Microphotus, with an emendation of the Lampyrini (Lampyridae)


Revision of the species of Pyropyga (Lampyridae)


Coleoptera, Beetles; Morphology and Systematics vol. 2


Variabilidad y registros nuevos para México de Pleotomus pallens (Coleoptera: Lampyridae: Pleotomini)


The Lampyridae (Coleoptera) of Atlantic Canada


The European lesser glow worm, Phosphaenus hemipterus (Goeze), in North America (Coleoptera: Lampyridae)


The fireflies (Coleptera; Lampyridae) of Ontario


Matching comments ranked in order of relevance:

Just a comment


Lampyridae larva ?


Lampyridae?


Lampyridae


Lampyridae


right, Pterotus obscuripennis


larva of firefly (Lampyridae)


Its a lampyrid.


Lampyridae


Lampyrid vs Cantharid


Lampyridae


Lampyridae.


Finally, probably more a Lampyridae larva


Sorry, I should have specified


Lampyridae vs. Lycidae larvae


Lampyridae


Aaarg ! I was victim of an op


Moved to Lampyridae for expert identification.


Moved to Lampyridae for expert identification.


Moved to Lampyridae for expert identification.


Moved to Lampyridae for expert identification.


Moved to Lampyridae for expert identification.


Lampyridae?


Firefly?


Firefly?


Moved to Lampyridae for expert identification.


Moved to Lampyridae for expert identification.


Moved to Lampyridae for expert identification.


Moved to Lampyridae for expert identification.


Moved to Lampyridae for expert identification.


Moved to Lampyridae for expert identification.


Moved Lampyridae for expert identification.


Firefly


Firefly


Maybe a lightning beetle (Lam


Coleoptera


This does look like one


Female Lightning bug (Beetle) Lampyridae


Genus species


Yes, Coleoptera for sure.


Lampyridae (firefly) larva


Firefly


Lampyridae, rather


Thanks. I was actually aiming


Some type of firefly.


Firefly


Lampyridae (Fireflies) larvae I think


Should be a cantharid beetle


Lampyridae


Moved, Ellychnia sp. (Lampyridae actually)


It looks like a firefly larva


Here in WA


Best ID


beetle, actually. Probably Pyropyga (Lampyridae)


Lampyridae


Alphabetical ToC by family "Latin" name


Alphabetical ToC by family common name


Moved, Lampyridae; larva or larviform female?


nope, a firefly: Lampyridae


Moved to Lampyridae for now...will snoop around some more!


Moved for expert review to Lampyridae, larvae


Photinus Feeding Habits


Lampyridae larva


Lampyridae


lampyridae...


Find your taxon in BPNW


Looks like lampyridae


Net-winged beetle..Lycidae


Looks like Lampyridae.


Lampyridae


Moved...way neater than Cantharidae or Lampyridae :-]


I think this may belong in La


Microphotus belongs in family


Trirhabda sp.; nice shot


these are Cantharidae


A confirmation of sorts.


Lampyridae


Lampyridae


Lampyridae


lampyridae


Lampyridae


Family ID BioBlitz Bug 98 (photo #771566)


Photuris fairchildi Barber


looks a lot like Pyropyga decipiens (Lampyridae)...


Lampyridae is a very good call


Yes, Lampyridae; moved for expert attention


It has that look


firefly; perhaps day flier


not related to Lampyridae


Lampyridae


How about...


Lampyridae larvae


Lampyridae larvae?


Lampyridae (Fireflies)


Photuris fairchildi Barber


Ellychnia corrusca (Linnaeus)


Ellychnia corrusca (Linnaeus)


Looks like an immature firefly


Fireflies


Yes, a firefly


Immature firely (Lampyridae)


Coincidentally


Not sure if Ellychnia larvae glow


Lampyridae, guessing E. corrusca


I'm no expert...


Thanks


Out of range?


firefly, Lampyridae


Lampyridae...


thanks


Male firefly.


Beetle.


Thanks a lot Chris,


Dermaptera, Embioptera, Grylloblattodea, etc


Lampyridae


beetle


Phengodidae vs Lampyridae...


Firefly Larva (Lampyridae)


Lampyridae


P angulata vs borealis


Lampyridae


Firefly


best guess, Lampyridae -- maybe an adult female


Firefly


no.


Fireflies (Lampyridae), Pyractomena. Cool Pic!


firefly, maybe a Genus Pyractomena


Looks like a Lampyridae


that was nice


Possible.


Are you for certain??


Moved


Well, it was just a misprint,


We're both wrong.


I'd say it to be Photinus sp.


Lampyridae, rather


Lampyridae, rather


can be moved to Lampyridae page


pls move to Lampyridae


Firefly?


nice shot of a larval firefly


Reminds me of some kind of a


Lampyridae


great find


Not an ID


Elateridae


I come up with


Point taken


Lampyridae.


Firefly larva.


Thanks for the comments.


Firefly


Firefly


Lightning Beetle


Definitely Ellychnia


Ellychnia sp.


Mating Beetles


Lampyrid?


Lampyridae


Lampyridae


Firefly Larva


Yes.


Lampyridae


Yes


Probably


Well, yours is bugguide's first Arizona firefly!


Many species.


"Firefly"


Toxic!


Lampyridae, Lucidota


Lampyridae


Just Google


Puzzling.


I agree with Lampyridae.


nice plates


Moved


Firefly


Not a larva... an adult female!


Lycidae and Lampyridae.


Pink glowworm


still inconclusive


any larval shots?


Not firefly larva


underside?


Right sp., wrong family.


Firefly larva.


luminescence question


Contact


Beetle Larva


velvet worm


Firefly larva


Lampyridae?


Carabid beetle larva?


firefly 03a


A firefly, I think


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