So I will.
Every story that has any power is just a glimpse into something that the author has the taste and reticence not to expose too much of.
Enough of that.
The Blue Planarian is a most fascinating creature, with slime that is both slippery and sticky as glue. It is also one of the most difficult of all photo subjects, its surfaces coated with inscrutable shine. This species, Caenoplana coerulea is getting a bad rap these days, enjoying foreign foods in lands far from the Antipodes. I don't know, however, if it has reached Tuscany.