My young Sarracina (?) is doing an amazing job of trapping Fungus (house plant) gnats and grocery store fruit flies.
I hate when they come, by way of the grocery store. (A recent incursion)
Yesterday, while checking up, on how things were going. I noticed, worm like movement inside the pitcher.
Then out popped a worm ? It took them many tries, falling back down into the pitcher and onto the pile (black silhouette), of flies n gnats.
Then I thought, "Is this just part of the natural cycle ?" .
Not in my house ! I used a cotton swap to remove, 3 of the escapees and drowned them.
Am I correct, in thinking this way ?
I also found an interesting article on, something similar to my situation.
Sorry, I forgot to photograph the larvae (1/8 long, thin, white with a black dot 3/4 of the way down)
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/anim ... cience[img][/img]
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