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By Apollyon
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Tonight, I decided to go outside and foliar feed my Sarracenia. When I do this, I'll typically spray the pitchers and then fill them up. Well, after I sprayed my Alata, I opened the lid to fill the pitcher and found a baby lizard looking back at me from inside. Appears it chose to make the pitcher its new home. I was so surprised; I was expecting maybe a spider or something. Needless to say, I didn't fill the pitcher and left the little guy alone to enjoy its new shelter.
"Find your own pitcher"
"Find your own pitcher"
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By murrkywaters
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As long as he doesn't get stuck!

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murrkywaters wrote:As long as he doesn't get stuck!

Yeah lol. I had thought of that too and checked on it this morning. Looks like he made it out
sanguinearocks101 wrote:I never thought that lizards would do that. I guess it makes sense though. Hope he doesn’t get buried underneath all the bugs :D
Yeah I didn't either. There's a bunch of them out there but they're usually hanging on my tree branches. That one was pretty clever. There are wasps and Frogs out in that area depending on the time of day.

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