It all started a few days ago, a time when my vtf akai ryu was screeming famine. So, as the sight of her empty belly/traps was breaking my heart, I went in my garden in search of edible food.
And thus I met Mr.Woodlouse (armadillo bug or slater for friends). He didn't seem to have too much plating and enough meat in his exosqueleton, so I mercilesly captured him and viciously fed his to my poor vtf. But little did I know then that it would lead to the coming of the terrifying black blob!
Now, the leaf is still closed but with the edge curling outward and the bug sort of digested I guess, as the inside of the leaf, when I peak inside between the two-edges...is filled with some weird black, watery goo.
Seriously, what gives? Was it because I shouldn't feed them woodlice or because the leaf was already exhausted and this episode pushed it beyond the brink?
And what do I do with it? Wait, open and clean, or cut?
Sorry for the long post, I watched too many "horror" movies yesterday and am still in the mood. =)