Will do so if I see any cases before they hatch.
Toebiter has now captured and drained backswimmer. Picked backswimmer skin out and put it in a natural pose, will keep it if it dries nicely.
Added a whirligig beetle in hopes of it being fast and durable enough to evade the biter. Biter is still nervous but seems to be doing fairly well so far, at least judging by that catch. I think it may have gotten the swimmer while it was sleeping. Is that something they're known to do?