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I took photos of the tracks left by what I think were beetle larvae, beneath the bark of a standing dead tree. The tree was a blackwood wattle and tracks were about as wide as my little finger.
Does anyone know whether those grubs were ever eaten by people?
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If blackwood is the same as blackwattle, then it probably died of borer infestation; apparently borers have a thing about blackwattle. Well, they do in Tarago.
I guess practically any bug is edible if you're desperate enough. Personally I prefer to give 'em all to the chooks :)
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eating bugs. yummy. lol , i wouldnt eat it if it had hair or weird colours? i dunno.
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