Paddy Patterson

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    Paddy Patterson commented on an older version of Meunier (1910, plaat 28):

    This plate contains images of many species. The image(s) that relate to Leptocylindrus danicus should be identified.

    almost 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on an older version of Meunier (1915, plaat 14):

    This 'plate' contains images of many different species. For it to make sense, we either need to know which sketch(es) refer to Diploneis smithii or have the Diploneis smithii images pulled out from the plate and presented separately.

    almost 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on an older version of File:Javan Rhino Range.svg:

    meaning not evident

    almost 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on an older version of Bubo capensis ssp. mackinderi:

    Somehow I think not a larva of an owl fly, but an owl (not flying).

    over 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on an older version of portrait:

    These protozoa are incorrectly showing as a kind of mammal

    over 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on an older version of portrait:

    While The Catalog of Life classification thinks this is a plant, it is in fact a ciliate.

    over 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on "Image of Wolbachia pipientis":

    This image is showing here because the term 'phasmid' refers not only to a group of insects but the viral entities used in molecular biology, or because there are some phasmid names (such as Bacillus) that are also names of bacteria. The indexing system that we use is based on names and is clearly not distinguishing between these meanings of names. We are building tools that will allow editors to re-index the objects, but one option at this time is simply for a curator to hide the object.

    over 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on "Image of Wolbachia pipientis":

    This image is showing here because the term 'phasmid' refers not only to a group of insects but the viral entities used in molecular biology, or because there are some phasmid names (such as Bacillus) that are also names of bacteria. The indexing system that we use is based on names and is clearly not distinguishing between these meanings of names. We are building tools that will allow editors to re-index the objects, but one option at this time is simply for a curator to hide the object.

    over 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on "Image of Wolbachia pipientis":

    This image is showing here because the term 'phasmid' refers not only to a group of insects but the viral entities used in molecular biology, or because there are some phasmid names (such as Bacillus) that are also names of bacteria. The indexing system that we use is based on names and is clearly not distinguishing between these meanings of names. We are building tools that will allow editors to re-index the objects, but one option at this time is simply for a curator to hide the object.

    over 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on "Image of Wolbachia pipientis":

    This image is showing here because the term 'phasmid' refers not only to a group of insects but the viral entities used in molecular biology, or because there are some phasmid names (such as Bacillus) that are also names of bacteria. The indexing system that we use is based on names and is clearly not distinguishing between these meanings of names. We are building tools that will allow editors to re-index the objects, but one option at this time is simply for a curator to hide the object.

    over 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on "Image of Wolbachia pipientis":

    This image is showing here because the term 'phasmid' refers not only to a group of insects but the viral entities used in molecular biology, or because there are some phasmid names (such as Bacillus) that are also names of bacteria. The indexing system that we use is based on names and is clearly not distinguishing between these meanings of names. We are building tools that will allow editors to re-index the objects, but one option at this time is simply for a curator to hide the object.

    over 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on "Image of Wolbachia pipientis":

    This image is showing here because the term 'phasmid' refers not only to a group of insects but the viral entities used in molecular biology, or because there are some phasmid names (such as Bacillus) that are also names of bacteria. The indexing system that we use is based on names and is clearly not distinguishing between these meanings of names. We are building tools that will allow editors to re-index the objects, but one option at this time is simply for a curator to hide the object.

    over 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on "Image of Wolbachia pipientis":

    This image is showing here because the term 'phasmid' refers not only to a group of insects but the viral entities used in molecular biology, or because there are some phasmid names (such as Bacillus) that are also names of bacteria. The indexing system that we use is based on names and is clearly not distinguishing between these meanings of names. We are building tools that will allow editors to re-index the objects, but one option at this time is simply for a curator to hide the object.

    over 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on "Image of Wolbachia pipientis":

    This image is showing here because the term 'phasmid' refers not only to a group of insects but the viral entities used in molecular biology, or because there are some phasmid names (such as Bacillus) that are also names of bacteria. The indexing system that we use is based on names and is clearly not distinguishing between these meanings of names. We are building tools that will allow editors to re-index the objects, but one option at this time is simply for a curator to hide the object.

    over 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on "Image of Wolbachia pipientis":

    This image is showing here because the term 'phasmid' refers not only to a group of insects but the viral entities used in molecular biology, or because there are some phasmid names (such as Bacillus) that are also names of bacteria. The indexing system that we use is based on names and is clearly not distinguishing between these meanings of names. We are building tools that will allow editors to re-index the objects, but one option at this time is simply for a curator to hide the object.

    over 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on an older version of Image of an unknown taxon:

    This image is showing here because the term 'phasmid' refers not only to a group of insects but the viral entities used in molecular biology, or because there are some phasmid names (such as Bacillus) that are also names of bacteria. The indexing system that we use is based on names and is clearly not distinguishing between these meanings of names. We are building tools that will allow editors to re-index the objects, but one option at this time is simply for a curator to hide the object.

    over 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on an older version of Image of an unknown taxon:

    This image is showing here because the term 'phasmid' refers not only to a group of insects but the viral entities used in molecular biology, or because there are some phasmid names (such as Bacillus) that are also names of bacteria. The indexing system that we use is based on names and is clearly not distinguishing between these meanings of names. We are building tools that will allow editors to re-index the objects, but one option at this time is simply for a curator to hide the object.

    over 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on an older version of Image of an unknown taxon:

    This image is showing here because the term 'phasmid' refers not only to a group of insects but the viral entities used in molecular biology, or because there are some phasmid names (such as Bacillus) that are also names of bacteria. The indexing system that we use is based on names and is clearly not distinguishing between these meanings of names. We are building tools that will allow editors to re-index the objects, but one option at this time is simply for a curator to hide the object.

    over 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on an older version of Image of an unknown taxon:

    This image is showing here because the term 'phasmid' refers not only to a group of insects but the viral entities used in molecular biology, or because there are some phasmid names (such as Bacillus) that are also names of bacteria. The indexing system that we use is based on names and is clearly not distinguishing between these meanings of names. We are building tools that will allow editors to re-index the objects, but one option at this time is simply for a curator to hide the object.

    over 5 years ago

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    Paddy Patterson commented on an older version of pellicle:

    This Heteronema is a euglenid and not a red algae. the Classification seems to have a lot of euglenid species names among the delesseriaceae

    over 5 years ago