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The bioluminescent noctiluca scintillans—an algae known otherwise as sea sparkle—of australia’s jervis bay. Photo by naomi paquette.

The bioluminescent noctiluca scintillans—an algae known otherwise as sea sparkle—of australia’s jervis bay. Photo by naomi paquette.

Janolus cristatus glowing Nudibranch

Janolus cristatus glowing Nudibranch

Bioluminescent Shrooms. DSC_1570 by Chris SP Ang on Flickr.

Bioluminescent Shrooms. DSC_1570 by Chris SP Ang on Flickr.

Fireflies: Lampyridae is a family of insects in the beetle order Coleoptera. They are winged beetles, and commonly called fireflies or lightning bugs for their conspicuous crepuscular use of bioluminescence to attract mates or prey. Fireflies produce a "cold light", with no infrared or ultraviolet frequencies. This chemically-produced light from the lower abdomen may be yellow, green, or pale-red, with wavelengths from 510 to 670 nanometers.

Fireflies: Lampyridae is a family of insects in the beetle order Coleoptera. They are winged beetles, and commonly called fireflies or lightning bugs for their conspicuous crepuscular use of bioluminescence to attract mates or prey. Fireflies produce a "cold light", with no infrared or ultraviolet frequencies. This chemically-produced light from the lower abdomen may be yellow, green, or pale-red, with wavelengths from 510 to 670 nanometers.

A crystal jelly (Aequorea victoria) - BBC - Earth - The organisms that glow brighter than any other

A crystal jelly (Aequorea victoria) - BBC - Earth - The organisms that glow brighter than any other

Cyerce elegans (Sea slug) - Maricaban, Calabarzon, Philippines | by Luko GR

Cyerce elegans (Sea slug) - Maricaban, Calabarzon, Philippines | by Luko GR

Night-diving in deep water off the coast of Tahiti,Fabien Michenet saw this juvenile sharpear enope squid. It's transparent body was covered with polka dots of pigment-filled cells, and below its eyes were bioluminescent organs. Using as little light as possible to get the autofocus working, he finally triggered the strobes and took the squid’s portrait before it disappeared into the deep. Little squid Finalist 'Underwater Species' Picture: Fabien MichenetWildlife Photographer of the Year…

Night-diving in deep water off the coast of Tahiti,Fabien Michenet saw this juvenile sharpear enope squid. It's transparent body was covered with polka dots of pigment-filled cells, and below its eyes were bioluminescent organs. Using as little light as possible to get the autofocus working, he finally triggered the strobes and took the squid’s portrait before it disappeared into the deep. Little squid Finalist 'Underwater Species' Picture: Fabien MichenetWildlife Photographer of the Year…

Maldives Beach Glows in Bioluminescence

Maldives Beach Glows in Bioluminescence

Glowing Fungi- COOL!

Glowing Fungi- COOL!

Japanese Firefly squid.

Japanese Firefly squid.

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