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    There are simialar things in my aread... they have criss crossy orange patters on their backs because of the coloring on the margins of their wings... maybe diamonds, not Xs... Yea, they copulate loads here too... Maybe I can feed them to my plants... They DO seem to be the correct size...

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    are u from australia?
    i get bugs of a similar description where i live. but i wouldn't dream of sticking one of these in a vft... they're huge >1 inch

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    These are only about 1/2 inch and my VFT seemed to like it. When they get thick here (soon) I'll put my traps outside for snack time.

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    We have something like that here too... sars are gluttons on them. yum...

    I can't wait till all my flytraps are just kickin it this year... it will be a veretable carpet in one large 36" container... flytrap flytraps everywhere.... killing bugs without a care...

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