The Wookie and I had a night away on Saturday night. We visited a part of the province I'm not as familiar with but would like to be. So I'm busy compiling info about it and preparing a post about it.
While we were gone, I figured my menagerie would be fine for a night. I thought wrong apparently as the caddisfly larvae was gone. Disappeared. Not in the aquarium. Not visible in the apartment. Did my at-least-3-weeks-pregnant guppy feeder fish feed on it? The other two guppies perhaps? Did it rise to the surface of the tank, spread its wings, then fly off? I haven't a clue....
The very pregnant guppy is still pregnant. Or really fat. She chases the other two around the tank with no provocation. I suspect she's getting antsy. And speaking of ants, tune in to PBS' Nova this week about E.O. Wilson, Lord of the Ants. This guy's experiences and ideas about insects and life in general are extraordinary. So nobody call me tomorrow night.