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Are there less fireflies this year? Why?

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Old 06-22-2009, 11:17 AM
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Default Are there less fireflies this year? Why?



When I was growing up about 30 years ago, I remember chasing fireflies throughout the summer, where are they now? I am in southwestern Ohio and this year, so far, I've only seen very few and one at a time. I've noticed the lack of fireflies for the past several years.
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