OBJ Posted October 19, 2009 Share Posted October 19, 2009 This P. vanwaerebecki was sitting on the glass partly supported by the root. In this position it obviously showed all - including the feet. On glass the white pads (seems to be 4 per foot) are adhesive - and quite strong, one might add. However, they can move pretty fast if their mind is set for it, so how do they do that? Whatever chemistry or mechanism - it has to be switched on/off all the time. Anybody ever found an explanation to that? BR/ Ole Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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