Ugh. I hate animal research.
One of my neon tetras (aq. freshwater fish) has a worm in its mouth!
Not like, on a hook.... but like, a parasite. (!!!)
Remember how I'm always harping about how morgellons has an acanthocephalan worm as the main internal parasite (which is a rotifer species)?
And I'm sure we can all guesstimate the likelihood that mr. fish's parasite is related to morgellons...being as I'm the proud tank owner/caretaker.....I have "beau-coup" rotifers in my tank...
Quick, any guesses??
Or, here's a maybe easier question, and the answer is identical to the first:
What Is the likelihood that I will be experimenting on my parasitized fish?
I hate animal research.
(I also have pics of the entity that infested the fish...this is getting down to the nitty gritty: it's a mass, not a worm or a fish or plant...it is a mass of infectious sh*t....quick, I'm serious, if there is another human reading this: find out what the fish treatment known as "malachite green" is made of...but don't come back here telling us that it's dry cleaning fluid...). I'll post my pics....but I'm posting . (No, it's not vulgar poop pix. just an infested fish...and nitemares forever......fish is not doing well)