A European sting ray of the genus Trygon (T. pastinaca); -- called also fireflare and fiery flaw.
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At least four ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name Firefly:
The Firefly (film)
Firefly is a common name for a bioluminescent beetle in the family Lampyridae.
Firefly Distillery is a company located on Wadmalaw Island, thirty miles south of Charleston, South Carolina, that produces a line of alcoholic beverages and licenses its brand name to The Sazerac Company for Firefly branded products produced elsewhere. Some Firefly branded products sold outside of South Carolina are actually produced in Kentucky by the Sazerac Company rather than being produced by Firefly itself.
The Firefly computer is a high-performance computer cluster housed at the Holland Computing Center located inside of the Peter Kiewit Institute at the University of Nebraska Omaha.
Joe Glow, the Firefly
Joe Glow, the Firefly is a 1941 cartoon directed by Chuck Jones.
Firefly Summer is a 1987 novel by the Irish author Maeve Binchy. Set in an Irish small town, this third novel by Binchy depicts the changes that affected the country in the late twentieth century. BBC Radio 4 produced a 6-episode, 3-hour dramatization of the novel in 2008.
Firefly (Jeremy Steig album)
Firefly is an album by American flautist Jeremy Steig recorded in 1977 and released on the CTI label.
USS Firefly (1814)
The Firefly, was a brig with two masts, square-rigged, formerly named Volant and originally built as a schooner for use as a privateer. The vessel was purchased at New York by the U.S. Navy on 8 December 1814 and was fitted out as US war ship with 14 guns and used in service during the War of 1812 and Second Barbary War of 1815. Firefly was purchased because of the several US blockade efforts where smaller ships with better maneuverability were needed for the task.