Well, it might be too big, but the D. adelae is enjoying a small cricket. I am hoping to take photos every hour to see how the tenticles react to the cricket.
Tenticles have already moved into contact with the cricket.
Here is what the plant and cricket look like 1 hour later:
After 2 hours ( It is still alive ):
Next morning, 8 hours later ( Cricket is dead ):
More tenticles have come into contact with the cricket. The tenticles on the tip of the leaf have surrounded the cricket's antennea.
The second morning (1/15/2003):
Even more tenticles have moved into contact with the cricket.
The cricket is not looking so good.