Stories of Saint Francis (Glow Worm) ebook
by Gordon Stowell
All Things Bright and Beautiful (Glow Worm) Paperback – September 22, 1977. by Gordon Stowell (Author).
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But this glow worm’s row of fishing lines turn out to be little like a spider’s we. To attract its victim, the glow worm illuminates its net of reflective drops by turning on its bioluminescent tail and shuttling through its mucus tube
But this glow worm’s row of fishing lines turn out to be little like a spider’s web. It’s functionally completely different - and chemically - and structurally, also, Dr. von Byern said. Along cave walls and ceilings, a fungus gnat egg hatches. To attract its victim, the glow worm illuminates its net of reflective drops by turning on its bioluminescent tail and shuttling through its mucus tube. This is far from the discrete presentation of a spider’s web, which, by the way, comes from glands in its abdomen, not waste in its mouth. As it shuttles, the glow worm checks its lines for mayflies that may have flown into them and gotten stuck in the glue.
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