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|Tuesday 15th June 2004, 15:02||#1|
Allus suffin goin on!
Join Date: Jun 2003
Location: Lowestoft Suffolk U.K.
Who is eating who?
I have often seen Damsels eating small spiders, but at what size does the Spider have to be for the role to be reversed and the Damsel becomes the meal?
I am not sure but, I think the Spider is winning in this case.
Last edited by David Palmer : Tuesday 15th June 2004 at 18:56. Reason: spelling
|Tuesday 15th June 2004, 15:11||#2|
Join Date: Aug 2003
Location: Low Westwood, Durham. England.
I'm not so sure your correct, I cannot see the Damselfly's head in your picture, if is there, there must be some of it missing. Somehow I don't think a spider of that size would have any trouble disposing of a Damselfly. Remember a Damselfly cannot parallyse a spider and to try and take on a large fast moving spider is a little beyong it's capabilities
Last edited by harry eales : Tuesday 15th June 2004 at 15:18.
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