Who are these gaybirds? They're not from Star Wars

These gaybirds are clearly not from starwars.

iguanamouth:

a lot of people are burned out on emoticons but one that ill never get tired of is :> because it looks like youre being talked to by a friendly bird

image

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robertus2407:

Planting stage

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radiicvl:

plhants:

morgancrawf:

official-maximum-ride:

Decided to take a video while flying this morning.
Best. Idea. Ever.

perfection

Reminder that this actually exists in our world
THIS IS REAL

I’m gonna cry.

radiicvl:

plhants:

morgancrawf:

official-maximum-ride:

Decided to take a video while flying this morning.

Best. Idea. Ever.

perfection

Reminder that this actually exists in our world


THIS IS REAL

I’m gonna cry.

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theshoutingendoflife:

jaclcfrost:

standing next to sunflowers always makes me feel weak like “look at this fucking flower. this flower is taller than i am. this flower is winning and i’m losing”

Wow you are not ready to hear about trees.

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thebrackishtank:

Western Mosquitofish Genus: Gambusia Species: G. affinis Maximum Size: 1.5” (males), 3” (females) Aggression: High Temperature: 65-74 F pH: 7-8.5 Hardness: 10-30 dH Brackish Tolerance: 1.000-1.025 Minimum Tank Size: 15 gallons Feeding: Flake foods accepted, does best on brine shrimp, Mysis shrimp, insect larvae
Notes: Mosquitofish are not commonly found in the aquarium trade, though are sometimes inadvertently sold in batches of wild-type and feeder guppies. Mosquitofish are remarkably adaptable and have been shown to tolerate temperatures up to 108 F and specific gravities up to twice sea water for short periods of time. Long term, they are best kept in cold-to-subtropical conditions with hard water. They are good candidates for outdoor ponds that are too small for groups of goldfish. In the home aquarium, they are extremely aggressive, nippy fish that often do not tolerate any other fish in their territory. Gobies, Hoplosternum catfish, and some of the more aggressive crabs like Red Clawed Crabs are possible tankmates, but may not be suitable long term. Species-only aquariums are better choices and even then multiple males will likely fight in any moderately sized tank. Like other fish in the Poecilidae family, they produce live young at regular intervals (about every 3-4 weeks). No special steps need to be taken by the aquarist to trigger spawning, but fry should be moved to another tank if wanted to be kept alive.
Sources
FAQs on the Gambusia, Heterandria spp. Mosquitofish, Wetwebmedia
Gambusia affinis (Western Mosquitofish), Seriously Fish
issg Database: Ecology of Gambusia affinis, Global Invasive Species Database
Campton, D. E.; Gall, G. A. E. (1988). “Growth and reproduction of the mosquitofish, Gambusia affinis, in relation to temperature and ration level: consequences for life history”. Environmental Biology of Fishes
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thebrackishtank:

Western Mosquitofish
Genus: Gambusia
Species: G. affinis
Maximum Size: 1.5” (males), 3” (females)
Aggression: High
Temperature: 65-74 F
pH: 7-8.5
Hardness: 10-30 dH
Brackish Tolerance: 1.000-1.025
Minimum Tank Size: 15 gallons
Feeding: Flake foods accepted, does best on brine shrimp, Mysis shrimp, insect larvae

Notes: Mosquitofish are not commonly found in the aquarium trade, though are sometimes inadvertently sold in batches of wild-type and feeder guppies. Mosquitofish are remarkably adaptable and have been shown to tolerate temperatures up to 108 F and specific gravities up to twice sea water for short periods of time. Long term, they are best kept in cold-to-subtropical conditions with hard water. They are good candidates for outdoor ponds that are too small for groups of goldfish.
In the home aquarium, they are extremely aggressive, nippy fish that often do not tolerate any other fish in their territory. Gobies, Hoplosternum catfish, and some of the more aggressive crabs like Red Clawed Crabs are possible tankmates, but may not be suitable long term. Species-only aquariums are better choices and even then multiple males will likely fight in any moderately sized tank.
Like other fish in the Poecilidae family, they produce live young at regular intervals (about every 3-4 weeks). No special steps need to be taken by the aquarist to trigger spawning, but fry should be moved to another tank if wanted to be kept alive.

Sources

FAQs on the Gambusia, Heterandria spp. Mosquitofish, Wetwebmedia

Gambusia affinis (Western Mosquitofish), Seriously Fish

issg Database: Ecology of Gambusia affinis, Global Invasive Species Database

Campton, D. E.; Gall, G. A. E. (1988). “Growth and reproduction of the mosquitofish, Gambusia affinis, in relation to temperature and ration level: consequences for life history”. Environmental Biology of Fishes

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kai-ni:

theblondeaquarist:

Incendiary - August 28, 2014

He is so CUTE

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tonightinatlanticcity:

yoncehaunted:

*SHOUTING TO THE HEAVENS*

OKAY THAT WAS KIND OF A FUCKING TWIST.

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bettabeanboo:

ohailsbetta:

Boyfriends betta, Nocturne

Oh my gosh this is actually the coolest betta.

Ever.

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theblondeaquarist:

skittles-the-little-dinosaur:

The first picture was a couple months ago around when I got my boys. Since being on Tumblr and part of the betta community I learned that those tanks(1 gallon each) we’re not suitable for my boys. So I worked my ass off and got them a ten gallon courtesy of my mother’s boyfriend as payment for mowing his yard. The last photo I just took today. The black is falling off Laredo’s fins finally, so I’m hoping to see some regrowth soon. Shadow has finally calmed down and stopped flaring at his brother through the mesh. Next step is to not let my plants die.

awesome!