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lutahweyah May 24
🐛 Glow Worm Season 🐛 (1 hour 41 minutes of 30 second exposures. May 23, 020.)
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Mark Schofield Feb 10
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infinitereality Nov 15
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Joanne Yeoh Dec 7
Oh the wonders of God’s creation, glowworms found only in this part of the world.
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Black Water Rafting Jan 19
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Ulrika Candolin May 8
Beautiful work on flash synchronization in fireflies 😍
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Ed Marshall Wild Images May 2
Glow worm | A bit like stars in their own way, are the that can be found in NZ. The glow worms are actually fungus gant larvae, and the threads that hang down are sticky to help trap prey as it passes by.
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Traveling Geologist Apr 9
in a narrow gorge near . Taken at 9pm with only light of the city to illuminate the tree tops. Glow worms are larva of fungus gnats that use their bioluminescence bums to attract prey and trap them in sticky silk threads hanging from their mouths.
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Jan Leeming Nov 29
What a lovely idea. Have never forgotten in the caves of in - totally magical.
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Robin K. Triplett Feb 10
Had an absolute blast Black Water Cave tubing to see the Glowworms! Jumping in the water, tubing through the caves in complete darkness with the glowworms lighting the way - Just Incredible! 🐛 🇳🇿
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A. M. Dunnewin Apr 22
Glow worms! Just wow.... 🐛✨ A beautiful shot by in . 🤩
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Om Thoke Jan 3
Thanks so much and ji for gracing the 2020! You brought life to the event and we really appreciate your support!
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Ulrika Candolin Nov 12
My excellent PhD student Christina Elgert got a 3-year grant from the Nessling foundation for her project on the impact of light pollution on glow-worms. So proud of her!😄🥂🍾
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Explore New Zealand Mar 2
The Waitomo Caves, famous limestone and glowworm caves, are an approximate 2 hour drive south of Auckland
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Parkrun Poet Mar 5
And in my other life, I've had a paper published in + feat in , in print tomoz. How many have seen on summer evenings?
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Gill Price Mar 5
Late night openings rainham marshes is magical thanks to I've taken part in the glow worm count, mothing and bat walks. Would highly recommend a visit to this wonderful reserve on the banks of the Thames if you want to see in the summer
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Topi Lehtonen May 20
New paper investigating competition among females in the fascinating common glow-worm. Supervised by Arja Kaitala and led by Photo: Topi Lehtonen
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Rhonda Albom Feb 20
Totally surreal. Bathed by moonlight, our Tauranga New Zealand night kayak tour took us into a canyon covered in glow worms. ⇨
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*weegie* Mar 5
Last saw some at Stackpole in Pembrokeshire
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Mark Priestley Jan 25
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