|Web Trail over Woodchips|
I am guessing when I'm calling it a web trail. It wasn't a snail trail, and definitely had a web feel to it.
The beads might have been rain or dew, or they might have been sticky though they didn't feel sticky to me.
I think it is a spider's web. Anyone got any other explanations? Seen anything similar?
The other exciting thing that's been going on is the Large Grass-yellow Butterfly caterpillars spinning themselves into chrysalis, on the denuded Breynia bush, as below.
|Large Grass-yellow Chrysalis|
Although this shot is blurred, it's the best I've got at the moment.
This chrysalis appears to contain a female butterfly-to-be. Several males butterflies are often to be found nearby, and sometimes rest on the chrysalis, as if waiting for the female to hatch.