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Predatory Glow Worm Infographic
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Story to tell in the infographic
We need an info graphic designed showing information about a new type of predatory glow worm that we discovered in the Peruvian Amazon jungle. I put a bunch of information about the worm above. We are open to any ideas you may have to make the info graphic better. Thank you!! -Jeff
Data to include in the infographic
We found a predatory glow worm in the peruvian amazon and want to make an info graphic to show the world. This is the information that we have now: - Glowing bioluminescent larvae - Several dozen individuals found clustered in dirt wall in Tambopata Peru - Little is known about the glowing behavior in these larvae - Glowing could lure in prey (eats ants?) - Predatory (readily attacked stick and ants presented as prey) - Mandibles outstretched for catching and crushing small arthropods - Likely belong to family Elateridae (click beetles) but we don't know the species - Semi-translucent body allows us to see the bioluminescent glands and digestive system -The taxonomic classification would likely be: Insecta (class): Coleoptera (order): Elateridae (family): Pyrophorini? Some 26 species of _Pyrophorus_ are found from southern Mexico to southeastern Brazil and the West Indies. - Their bioluminescence is similar to that of another group of beetles, the fireflies, although click beetles do not flash, but remain constantly glowing (though they can control the intensity; for example, they become brighter when touched by a potential predator). - Adults of most of the tribe of Pyrophorini are bioluminescent, but save for a very few species, this behavior in larvae is not well reported. Eggs of elaterids are typically laid in clusters and our larvae appear to be early instar specimens, possibly even late develop first instars. The phenomenon of the entire body glowing through a transluscent integument is only known for the younger larvae. -The larvae appear to be only ~0.5 inches in length -FIREFLY LUCIFERIN is the luciferin, or light-emitting compound, found in many firefly (Lampyridae) species. It is the substrate of luciferase, which is responsible for the characteristic yellow light emission from many firefly species. - Note - we are dealing with click beetles so they may use a different chemical compound to emit light. If we are going to mention or show an image of luciferin, it is important to note that this or a related chemical might also be used by click beetles, but we are not sure at this moment.
Elements to include in the infographic
- Anatomically correct drawings / Illustrations of the glow worm (please attached images) One should be a closeup of the head, jaws and mouthparts and the other should be a full length illustration of the worm. - Map showing where Tambopata, Peru is located - Dimensions and body parts labeled on the glow worm - A Taxonomic classification chart with a glowing area where we think that this species is located (its in the family Elateridae) - Image of the chemical "Luciferase" (this makes the worm glow.)
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Thank you again for your patience and understanding with the edits. I will do better communicating the changes next time. Thanks again and take care. Best, Emily
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