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firefly larvae eating a snail.
near water stream
thank you felix fleck
Congrats! Great series.
thank you fakawi done add to mission
nice one Zaid!Please add to the Malaysian Biodiversity mission!http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1691...
thank you dandoucette and daniele pralong.
Crazy! Haven't seen that before. Congrats on sotd!
Congratulations zaidirazak, this great series is our Spotting of the Day!A firefly larva (family Lampyridae) feeds on a snail in our Spotting of the Day! Fireflies are winged beetles that use bioluminescence during twilight to attract mates (as adults) or preys (as larvae). Firefly larvae live in the soil and leaf litter, and come out at night for preys such as slugs, snails, earthworms, and other invertebrates. Firefly larvae have been shown to deliver toxic digestive fluids directly into their preys, then sucking out the liquefied body content. Spotted in Malaysia by Project Noah member zaidirazakhttp://buff.ly/2pxTnJWFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/projectnoah/pho...Twitter:https://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/8...
Spotted on Apr 9, 2017 Submitted on Apr 17, 2017
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