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Statistical analysis reveals the onset of synchrony in sparse swarms of Photinus knulli fireflies
Flash synchrony within firefly swarms is an elegant but elusive manifestation of collective animal behaviour. It has been observed, and sometimes demonstrated, in a few populations across the world, but exactly which species are capable of large-scale synchronization remains unclear, especially in low-density swarms. The underlying question which we address here is: how does one qualify a collective flashing display as synchronous, given that the only information available is the time anddoi:10.1101/2022.01.05.475109 fatcat:2d43fqaohfejhnpofzimsd3upe