...aggressive growth of morg "hair" is common when the
clay is applied.
Here a morg blasts thru the clay layer and grows for the
sky...[note the "sinusoid" [wavy] structure of the fiber..
definitely not "leg hair" body type. Have noticed
that the real leg hairs stay plastered down until clay
is removed..not so the morgs. they drill through. rapidly. even thick clay chunks dont stop them. they
grow into the clay..and blast through that as well.
What is going on? the clay is attractive to them..but
they dont stop at the clay..they grow from the clay
as well.. with extreme
speed..[for a microscopic object]..
Are they being "fertilized/fueled" by clay? or are they
growing at max/max speed in a doomed attempt to grow
"away" from something that is irritating them? [the clay].
clay was on skin for appx one hour.
The pic was taken immediately before removal..
and has had just enough time to dry..[note light color
and curled edges..]