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I'm a jerk. I was fiddling with my venus flytraps just a second ago... found a baby wasp that landed on me... thought it would be a good lunch, so I fed it to one, which it quickly crawled out of.. (I like to let them squirm to trigger the fine hairs and tighten the grip, morbid I know...) That one closed, but I did use tweezers to open it slightly and drop the critter in. As I pulled my hand away I snapped off a new growth! Grr... Oh well. Humor me and please tell me that this happens often... :-/
AWWWWW I can't tell ya if it happens or not but just the same it is sad
Not 100% sure if that is something 'normal' because we have nothing to compare normal too within this world!
Think in a positive lite over this though,if you can currently, Your plant will recover with alittle T.L.C. from ya and by the sounds of reading your post,you have T.L.C.!
Just be careful now when doing anything around the plant so this doesn't take place and put alittle
on your face again! ( you'll live,honest... )
- accidents do happen,btw -
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