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    Japanese Beetles

    Which eats whom?

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    Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

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    I saw something similar at my grandmothers. She said it was suppose to catch a bunch of different bugs, but it only caught those beetles.

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    Is there something else in that bag that attracts them? I'm curious about setting one up and then freezing the bag to feed them to the nepenthes.
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    We sell those at the Depot, but I was wondering if my pitcher plants & VFT's will eat them or whether they would their victims.

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    They seem to chew their way out of the tall Sarrs and I've seen them floating in purps. But I can't claim to have performed a scientifically valid study.
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    Aargh, those things suck! At least here in Quebec we just started getting a load of June beetles, you know those ugly light brown beetles that clumsily fly around in the evening and fall into water trays by the million
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    OH. I had NO idea those were Japanese beetles! Neat.
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