The insect, hanging out in the forearm, in me skin, was moving around. I got it probably from dog or cat poop. The doctor prescribed tablets of Albenza, and I am improving quickly after two days taking it.
I have never read a similar story in any blog. I share it and warn you. Be careful. Even if Diva, our pet is not ill, feral cats may not. If you dig in the ground, collect poop from pets to be disposed be careful. I never thought such a thing could happen.
To end in an agronomist mood, soil diseases can affect some crops, they require a soil test. Wet conditions can affect horses hoofs and so forth. The subject is really wide. Do your research if interested.
BONUS FOR THE FAITHFUL
Every once in a while a reference book drops by out of the blue.
Flowers of Puerto Rico and
EDWIN MINER SOLA
This gentleman like a needle in a haystack is the only one serious, rigorous enough, writing about our FLORA. It is a bilingual edition with 384 color photos. I recommend it. If you want to be all you can be, check it out in your favorite book store or buy it.
As a critic, let the record show that I do not like the paper, illustrations in black and white, or the thrifty material used as cover, or the colors and font with the visible bright yellow background.
The colors are more appropriate for cultures in Asia. However, the information is TOPS, with useful references.
It is less expensive than the pastiche crap books from 2uglas Kndelabro, good for fifth grade remedial school students and or paper shredders.
Edwin Miner Sola has other books in the market. I do not know of his credentials, but the books speak for themselves. No I get no commission, being critical has benefits. I call them as I see them.
Apaga i vamonoh.