four examples of deep sea bioluminescence in a sea worm and three comb jellies (ctenophores), known 1-4 as: tomopteris; mnemiopsis leidyi; beroe forskalii; lampocteis cruentiventer. from the IMAX documentary ‘into the deep’
This is a great example of refraction but not bioluminescence. The flagella these creatures move with refract light making the kaleidoscope of colors you see. Without the light from the camera you wouldn’t see any light at all, unless their is luciferin and luciferase (for the most part) involved in a chemical reaction there is no bioluminescence.