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Black Firefly pupa

Lucidota atra

Description:

Pink and white firefly pupa found in the soil

Habitat:

Woodland, yard

Notes:

At first I thought this was one of our large millipede larvas but later found out it to be a firefly beetle pupa.

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4 Comments

DianePlatcoBrooks
DianePlatcoBrooks 7 years ago

Thank you Mayra

MayraSpringmann
MayraSpringmann 7 years ago

Wow! Fascinating!!

DianePlatcoBrooks
DianePlatcoBrooks 8 years ago

Thank you Travis, I think this one is Black Firefly Lucidota atra

Travis Morse
Travis Morse 8 years ago

Hi Diane, fireflies belong to the family Lampyridae. The following link is a list of species found in Ohio during 1960 and 1962: https://kb.osu.edu/dspace/bitstream/hand...

DianePlatcoBrooks
Spotted by
DianePlatcoBrooks

Ohio, USA

Spotted on May 28, 2005
Submitted on Nov 23, 2012

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