From the Blog
Deep in Sequoia National Forest, just after the winter snow melts, in groves, meadows and grassy clearings, the stars of the night sky are reflected in the vegetation below. The source of this most natural light are hundreds of bioluminescent millipedes of the genus Motyxia. Only found in certain parts of the National Forest and at specific […]
Towards the end of 2013 I went on a research cruise with Steve Haddock at MBARI to see the diversity and jaw dropping bioluminescent displays of organisms found in the mid water of Monterey Bay. To see some of the life forms we found on that trip, keep an eye on Steve Haddock’s Bioluminescence web page. […]
A lot of interesting animal behavior happens at the transitionary phases between day and night. At dusk in late spring and early summer, fireflies in Michigan begin to to illuminate meadows, gardens, and tree groves with their bioluminescent mating displays. Probably the most well known source of bioluminescence, fireflies are also the most photographed form of […]
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