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Summer theater: Fireflies that synchronize light up two U.S. forests
by Barbara Goldberg
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24 May 2019
On 24 May 2019 Reuters reported:
Crowds of eco-tourists from around the world will gather in two remote Appalachian forests in Tennessee and Pennsylvania in coming weeks to see spectacular light shows created by a rare species of firefly that can synchronize its flashes. Synchronous fireflies are found only in a handful of places worldwide. ... Other synchronous firefly species are found in Southeast Asia in mangrove forests.
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