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cosplay-wannabe:

GREATEST FREE! CMV EVER!!!

I have fallen in love with this video and plan to marry it!

This is a giveaway for all of my awesome followers and friends. I haven’t hit a particular milestone or anything, I was just watching Free! today and thought “huh maybe I should do a Free! based giveaway.” After a few hours driving around and ten minutes on eBay here we are. Lets first lay down some rules:

  • Must be following me; Kkaroushi
  • Like it, reblog it, etc! The more times you do so the higher chance you’ll be chosen. Try not to spam your followers however ;3;!
  • When you reblog the first time write about your favorite character!(This is optional but hey it could be fun give it a try)
  • No Giveaway blogs, I’ll know and then you’ll never get anything from me ever.
  • Do not remove my original text or edit or shorten it in any way.(if you’re reblogging from mobile and turns it into a link its okay bc tumblr app is trash)
  • I will ship worldwide so everyone can join in on the super fun party.
  • The giveaway will end 12:00am EST August 30, 2014.

Now on to the fun part, the prizes! There are going to be a lot of winners because its way more fun that way (seriously don’t object to free things people). I am on a budget as a poor college student but I tried to get some prizes I thought people would enjoy.

  • To start off there will be at least 15 winners. I may have extras of some of the minifigures, so there might be more, who knows.
  • The first 10 people will get to choose either a keychain mini figure or a floaty minifigure. Along with those they will also get a print of their choice from the posters shown. I have the official fanbook so you’re going to get a glossy fullsize copy of one of the original posters.
  • The remaining 5 people will get a print of their choice from the posters shown.

See? It’s a win win for everyone. I get to give you things and that makes me happy. Both the keychains and the floaty minifigures are so cute, and yes the ones on the inner-tubes actually float and it’s the most adorable thing.

japanlove:

061214 kyoto - ( 3 ) Lady Grey B&W 400 35mm - 83 (by loktchan)

So I just bought stuff for a small free! Giveaway. Eep.

kiransingh:

the only domestic instinct my parents have managed to pass on to me is the tendency to hoard multiple plastic bags in another plastic bags despite the fact that I will probably never need this many plastic bags in my adult life

aquaticproject:

kkaroushi:

aquaticproject here’s a diagram from one of my books that shows the locomotion the leech in your video is using. Due to the fact that leeches as a whole are undergoing a slow shift in their taxonomy I’m having issues finding the info I need. However it is most certainly a leech in the order Rhynchobdellida, and likely in the family Piscicolidae (that is the family that feed on the blood of fishes). Some spp of leeches are not picky so choosing based on host alone can also be tough. Without me being present a guess on a species will be hard but here is a online text about IDing them if you want to give it a try.
https://archive.org/details/northamericanfre46sawy

Again I’m not an invert expert and certainly not a leech expert but that’s the best answer I have! See of it will take some frozen blood worms. Many species will hunt things like that in leu of a blood meal. Blood is very hard to digest and many leeches only consume blood a few times a year, they spend the remaining time trying to digest it! Leeches are cool although I would keep it out of the fishtank haha.

Thank you so much! With an idea of what it is I can rest easy knowing just this much. Without knowing what it was I didn’t want to medicate my fish for something it didn’t have. Hopefully when I get him back he will be fine and maybe the LFS owner would like to have this leech creature. If not I’m handing it over to a veterinarian.

I would like to say that most antiparasitics will not kill leeches (it’s highly dependent on what med it is). I’ve heard levamisole will work on them but I can not confirm 100%. I don’t think the fish would need antibiotics of any sort, just clean water and supervision. Keep an eye on your tanks for any more if it laid eggs you could have a problem on your hands.

aquaticproject here’s a diagram from one of my books that shows the locomotion the leech in your video is using. Due to the fact that leeches as a whole are undergoing a slow shift in their taxonomy I’m having issues finding the info I need. However it is most certainly a leech in the order Rhynchobdellida, and likely in the family Piscicolidae (that is the family that feed on the blood of fishes). Some spp of leeches are not picky so choosing based on host alone can also be tough. Without me being present a guess on a species will be hard but here is a online text about IDing them if you want to give it a try.
https://archive.org/details/northamericanfre46sawy

Again I’m not an invert expert and certainly not a leech expert but that’s the best answer I have! See of it will take some frozen blood worms. Many species will hunt things like that in leu of a blood meal. Blood is very hard to digest and many leeches only consume blood a few times a year, they spend the remaining time trying to digest it! Leeches are cool although I would keep it out of the fishtank haha.

aquaticproject:

kkaroushi:

aquaticproject:

kkaroushi:

tokeyorose:

aquaticproject:

Help fellow aquarists! I need to know what this creature is. This thing has been on my Betta for who knows how long. I finally saw it today when I was giving my Betta a salt bath. It started to move and I managed to get it off of him but now he has a slight rash like sore where this bug used to be.

I’m not sure what to treat him with. He is my last Betta and I’m very attached to him. It looks a bit like a leech or something. A parasite of some sort.

Looks like some type of Platyhelminthe??! I don’t see any segmentation or anything. I would dose in case it’s internal as well. I would normally recommend Prazi Pro but I’ve never treated a betta with it…

I’d need a better picture but a Platyhelminth is a good guess as any. I’d say it could also be a fish louse. I know those dirty bastards well. They do leave a red mark where they were attached.

Can fish louse stretch themselves similar to worms? I have observed this thing and while it does look a lot like a louse I can’t be 100% sure. When it moves it stretches one tip (the head maybe) out and attaches to the bowls surface before detaching the other tip to move forward. It moves in a similar motion as drawing the letter n.

No, live are small crustaceans and are quite rigid. I’m fairly certain you have a leech on your hands. Someone else mentioned lack of segmentation, leeches have segmentation but often times it is hard to spot and is mainly internal in nature. Can you get a video? I took an invert zoology course a few semesters ago and I love this kind of stuff.

I will try. I only have my phones camera which has very terrible video quality when I’m trying to get it to focus on something small. If I am successful I will tag you in it.

I am very certain it’s a leech. Like 100%. I got on my
Laptop to look at the picture instead of just using my phone and there is no way it’s anything else. The movement you’re describing is characteristic of a leech as well. I’m back on mobile now but I can try and ID The species.