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    Escaping from a S Flava

    Here are two bugs making their escape from my S. Flava





    What would you do?
    Just let nature take it's course?
    Push the bugs back in? etc,etc,etc.

    I'm thinking the bottom bug is a wasp, but what's the top one?

    Steve

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    I say if the bug has that much resolve, let the guy live. I have wasps chew holes through my pitchers all the time.

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    Interesting. Last year there was also a bug tried to escape my S. flava:



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    Yeah, I let em live if they can escape. Sometimes a fly will get stuck plug the hole for ya.

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    WOW, Zhilin, how is your S.Flava so red? Is it from the Fall?

    Mine is in full sun. But I live in Washinton State, I'm thinking maybe California is getting
    alot more sun, than here?

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by dashman View Post
    Yeah, I let em live if they can escape. Sometimes a fly will get stuck plug the hole for ya.

    DO the holes grow back shut on their own?

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steverd View Post
    WOW, Zhilin, how is your S.Flava so red? Is it from the Fall?

    Mine is in full sun. But I live in Washinton State, I'm thinking maybe California is getting
    alot more sun, than here?

    Steve

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    DO the holes grow back shut on their own?

    Steve
    Not without regenerative technology we don't have :L

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    That first photo is too funny!

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