Yes, and it seems that their populations are growing. The first firefly sightings began in 1920, and there has been a noticeable boom in the population since the early 2000s.
Yes, there are fire flies in Colorado. However, most of the common fire flies you will see in Colorado won’t flash or light up. But there are a few species in Colorado that will light up, but you usually have to search for them in moist habitats early in early July at dusk. Some recommended places to find them in Colorado are: Front Range area, St. Vrain (Barbour Ponds) State Park, and Roxborough State Park.
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