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South West Giant enjoying a lunch of the alien invader harlequin ladybird larvae.

 

 

 

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Nice shot. To this day I've never actually seen anything fall in / stick to / get trapped by any of my carnivorous plants whilst I am watching. Must happen when I blink or turn away because the pants are gorging.

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It could be because I cheated! The larvae are an alien invader, so I thought it was probably ok to provide a snack whilst filming. :)

 

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On 6/18/2017 at 3:37 PM, bogtrotter2 said:

Nice shot. To this day I've never actually seen anything fall in / stick to / get trapped by any of my carnivorous plants whilst I am watching. Must happen when I blink or turn away because the pants are gorging.
 

When the weather is like this, my greenhouse is buzzing, and I can see flies drop into the Sarra pitchers quite regularly.

One pitcher was so full this morning that I saw a fly climb back out again!

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