Thursday, September 14, 2006

Then up from under the ground

And now, an update specially for Omally. :)

According to this page, a grown-up daddy-long-legs doesn't 'munch on bugs', thus doing something useful. All it does is mate and lay eggs in the grass that hatch out into leatherjackets which eat the roots of your grass and ruin your lawn or (more importantly) the grazing for your livestock. QED: the daddy-log-legs species is utterly pointless and I can continue my campaign of eradication with no addition to my guilt complex. :)