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smokened:

Homero - Cocoa Kush f2

smokened:

Homero - Cocoa Kush f2


cremademani:

geraldinesaid:

"Te deseo lo mejor."
x’D

 ¿qué se le va a hacer? lfkjdksdaljasñdlkfjsdoiflk xD

Jaja

(vía soy-un-14)


pensamientos-que-torturan:

Increíble el libro. 💖

pensamientos-que-torturan:

Increíble el libro. 💖

(vía que-carajo-es-el-amor)


libutron:

The Endangered Banggai Cardinalfish: A “Lazarus species”
As many other species, the Banggai Cardinalfish is generically called a “Lazarus species” because it was thought to be extinct until found again.
Pterapogon kauderni (Perciformes - Apogonidae) is a marine fish with an extreme small geographic range in the Indonesian Banggai Archipelago. It  was described in 1933, forgotten for some 60 years, and rediscovered in 1991.
Almost overnight it became very popular in the international aquarium pet trade such that a decade after its rediscovery 118,000 wild-caught individuals entered the trade each month, a level that was deemed totally unsustainable, and in its latest IUCN threat assessment in 2007 it met the criteria to be listed as Endangered.
Hence, some authors and conservationists think there may be good reasons to keep rediscoveries quiet, arguing that publicizing the rediscovery of Lazarus species or populations can undermine conservation efforts, especially when the species is highly valued by collectors.
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Erik Schlogl | Locality: off Manado, North Sulawesi, Indonesia

libutron:

The Endangered Banggai Cardinalfish: A “Lazarus species”

As many other species, the Banggai Cardinalfish is generically called a “Lazarus species” because it was thought to be extinct until found again.

Pterapogon kauderni (Perciformes - Apogonidae) is a marine fish with an extreme small geographic range in the Indonesian Banggai Archipelago. It  was described in 1933, forgotten for some 60 years, and rediscovered in 1991.

Almost overnight it became very popular in the international aquarium pet trade such that a decade after its rediscovery 118,000 wild-caught individuals entered the trade each month, a level that was deemed totally unsustainable, and in its latest IUCN threat assessment in 2007 it met the criteria to be listed as Endangered.

Hence, some authors and conservationists think there may be good reasons to keep rediscoveries quiet, arguing that publicizing the rediscovery of Lazarus species or populations can undermine conservation efforts, especially when the species is highly valued by collectors.

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Erik Schlogl | Locality: off Manado, North Sulawesi, Indonesia

(vía sporaqic)



Hoy conocí a un esquizofrénico. Su nombre es Eduardo, pero sus amigos y familia le dicen Lalo. Tiene 58 años, es muy amable y viste a la moda. Le gusta la música de Michael Jackson y orgulloso cuenta que la escucha en las noches para entretenerse mientras tiene insomnio.

Conocí también a su mamá, Gloria, una mujer que a todas luces es una luchadora. Madre soltera que decidió cuidar a su hijo en vez de abandonarlo en un hospital psiquiátrico. En su rostro ojeras y arrugas delatan su cansancio.

Triste, Gloria me contó lo mucho que le preocupaba la llegada de la primavera porque es la peor época de su hijo. Durante estos meses aparecerán crisis que sabe cómo calmar y preguntas que no sabe cómo responder.

No imagino lo doloroso que deben ser treinta años de ¿por qué me tocó esta enfermedad a mí? ¿Por qué mi papá nos abandonó? ¿Por qué tuve que nacer así? ¿Mamá, de verdad me quieres?

Lalo y Gloria, Camila Buzzo. (via versoslejanos)

(vía somosletras)


Quiero perderme en las cuervas de tú figura.
Camileazy. (via miserable-con-suerte)

¿Una cuerva?
D:

(vía mi-vida-mis-problemas)


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