O.k. here's a slightly odd one,
This is under other tech, because there is actually a device involved; a homemade composter.
I've decided to do quite a bit of home gardening and composting. The twist is that I live in a condo, so I'm restricted to a front and a rear patio. On the rear patio, I have stationed a homemade composter ( I should have prepared pictures of that and will if reqested to post them).
Anyway, I didn't do things quite as advised as far as the composition of the organic materials placed in the composter, but it did generate some heat from the microbes. (This was my first attempt). Anyway flys were drawn to the composter and laid lots of eggs. I'm guessing that most of these hatch, produced larva, then pupii, then normal flys that flew away. However, several mutants were produced too.
Thoughts, questions, ideas? I think that the elevated temperature may have affected the gestation.