So my cousin, on a trip down to Louisiana, met this woman who taught him to catch lady bugs, mash them up in a pestle and mortar, put in a few drops of an acid (lemon juice), and snorted the mixture. I guess it was like a Salvia trip or somethin because it was short, but intense. Something about the chemical in the bugs pigment being activated by an acidic compound?
I dunno, I can't find much online about it - thoughts? i'd like to try it if so, since i can't get my hands on anything illegal, and
i dont have a credit card to order legal shit online. ladybugs are pretty much everywhere and free this time of year
edit: my cousin is at my flat for the next 1-2 hours if anyone has any questions for him, also said i can use his debit card to buy whatever online, lol
edit2: he's at his home now
EDIT3: Whats an alternative to a pestle and mortar? like uh would a big rock and a little rock work?
Hi! I’m from Southern Ontario and I am pretty interested in Coccinellidae but I have a problem...I don’t know much about them. (But I’m keen to learn!)
I was wondering if anyone knew of any good resources for gaining knowledge or of any projects that I could follow or maybe even be involved in.
I need to do a big project (final course project) for school and my teammate and I decided to do it on ladybugs (indigenous vs invasive) but for that we need to take samples. So what's best? Summer or Autumn? Or it doesn't matter?