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Giant Firefly species ID?

Giant Firefly species ID?

Postby Biota » 03 Jul 2015, 01:03

Find these every year, huge for sure...i sometimes wonder if they are snail killers? Does anyone have their scientific name by chance? they make the wet areas in mountains glow sometimes, really cool! Im going to go look again this Tuesday at 9am to search some areas, then return at night to see what turns up.

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Re: Giant Firefly species ID?

Postby Okami » 03 Jul 2015, 19:38

That's some crazy shit. I wish we had something like that in my area, but no way I'm going to see it here.
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Re: Giant Firefly species ID?

Postby headhonchoII » 03 Jul 2015, 21:51

Amazing pictures..little alien killers in our midst.
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