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glowworm,

name for a larval or wingless female fireflyfirefly
or lightning bug,
small, luminescent, carnivorous beetle of the family Lampyridae. Fireflies are well represented in temperate regions, although the majority of species are tropical and subtropical.
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glow worms with less light are absorbed to glow worms with more light.
The Glow Worm Clustering Algorithm emerges out to be the winner with the Wolf-Pack Clustering Algorithm and the Krill-herd Clustering Algorithm both to be the second best.
Mr Raymond investigated and sent a reply to Mrs Miller which says: "Having considered the report from Glow Worm, we are satisfied that Mr Wainwright failed to connect the NTC thermistor on the correct pipe during the replacement of the sani unit on April 3 2013, subsequently, Mr Wainwright would be found in breach of his statutory and common law duties.
Recently released is a new children's book: The Glow Worm Cave by Anne Morgan and beautifully illustrated by Belinda Kurczok.
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The grant will help improve many natural habitats too, including species such as the Durham Argos butterfly and glow worm, associated with the limestone grasslands.
The glow worm walk will be at Kenilworth Common local nature reserve on Friday, June 15, at 9.
The firm supplies only the best equipment from well-known and well-respected names such as Baxi, Glow Worm and Potterton.
Glow Worm has been in good heart, winning three in a row here, and has to be respected although all the evidence of his overall form suggests he could well struggle against a greyhound of the calibre of Parliament Act especially from trap one.
A female glow worm trying |to attract a male (main), the streets lamps and Jenni Cox who has been recording them
She likes being in her bouncer and she's got a glow worm toy whose face lights up when you push it.