New pet keeping rules in the Netherlands
tjc at wintrmute.net
Thu Jul 4 08:28:15 BST 2013
That would be a Spider Wasp then.
Note that they attack and paralyse large spiders then drag them back
to their nests. If you don't look closely (and why would you!) then
you may think this is one creature, and come to the conclusion that
giant spiders have now grown wings.
This is truly the stuff nightmares are born from.
So, umm, come to sunny Australia!
On 21 June 2013 08:31, Kieren Diment <diment at gmail.com> wrote:
> I did see a very large wasp dragging a huntsman corpse along around the side of my house a few months ago.
> On 21/06/2013, at 8:03, James Laver <james.laver at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 20 Jun 2013, at 22:50, Kieren Diment <diment at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I particularly like it when they have babies and there are hundreds of tiny cute huntsman spiders all over the ceiling. For a bonus, they eat cockroaches.
>> There was an old lady who swallowed a fly.
>> Wait, what eats huntsmans again?
Turning and turning in the widening gyre
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Things fall apart; the center cannot hold
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world
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