The word “firefly” is now used to describe any of a number of insect-like creatures which can grow in a cloud of smoke.
But what is it?
What is the real firefly in the sky?
A firefly is a group of insects which have a single, solitary life cycle, in which a male and a female are both born and they live together for their entire lives, except during the mating season.
The female can mate with the male, but only if both have eggs, and both males must return to the same spot in the cloud every night.
The term firefly comes from the Greek word for fire, meaning ‘to burn’, and the Greek verb “fly” means ‘to fly’.
So “fireflies” comes from fire, which is a good way to think about a fire.
The word itself means ‘fire’ in the Greek language, so “fire” in the sense of fireflies is very accurate.
So what is the difference between a fire fly and a firebird?
A firefly has wings, but not a full set of wings.
The wings of a fire bird have two wings: a small, curved, long, wing that can be used to take off and land, and a long, straight, thin wing that allows it to fly.
Firefly eggs are small, round-shaped eggs, but the adult firefly cannot take off.
So a firebee is a kind of firefly, although it does have wings, which it uses to fly, but they are not its primary mode of flight.
The other major difference is that fireflies are not insects, but instead are winged creatures which use a combination of their wings and their wingspan to glide through the air.
Insects are not winged, and they are mostly water-based.
So it is possible to imagine that firefly eggs might not even be made of water, but rather water from a nearby lake.
But the firefly egg is made of just one of the three types of eggs that a firewing larva is born with, the egg laid in the nest of a small water beetle.
“This is the best-known form of firewing, which also contains a host of smaller creatures and plants,” says James Higginson from the University of Bath, UK.
It is very unusual for a fire wing to be formed from a single egg, because it is very hard to form a single-celled organism.
The egg can only form if a particular type of DNA is introduced to it.
The best known DNA in a firewings egg is from the fungus Myrtaceae, which contains the genes for two proteins.
They are found in the cells of the plant Myrtosa, and are essential for life.
But it is only a few years old when the genes were first discovered, so it is unclear what their function is in the formation of the fire wing.
Scientists now know that this DNA can help the egg to grow and change shape.
So, the firewing egg has two different shapes.
The first is a cylindrical egg, which can be found in fireflies, and is also called a wing.
This egg has a single set of wing proteins and a short, sharp tail, which are used to fly through the water.
This is the “true” wing of the egg, and can form into a fireball.
The second form of the bird is a wing that is made up of two different types of wing, called a ventral or a lateral wing.
These wings can be either straight or curved, and each type has its own specific set of proteins.
This allows the fire wings to grow into a larger and larger wing that then forms into a full-blown firefly.
As a species, the insect flies are an important one in the food web of many animals, and have evolved many different shapes and colours to survive.
One of the most famous firefly species is the fire-billed firefly (Raphus alpinus), which is found on the northern hemisphere’s Great Barrier Reef.
There are many species of fire-flies, but Raphus is the only one that can fly in the ocean.
And its habitat is quite different to the habitats of many other fireflies.
A typical firefly larva has a pair of large, wingless wings that can only be used for flying.
These wingless flies can fly as far as 300km, but their life cycle is very similar to the life cycle of the true firefly larvae.
They lay eggs in a very specific location, called the “wing pocket”, where they spend most of their time.
When a female is ready to mate, she sends out a signal to the male.
She lays her eggs in the same pocket as the male’s eggs, in order to ensure that the male will return to his spot in time for