Katja Schulz commented on an older version of n108_w1150:
synonym of Dysphania discalis
almost 2 years ago
Katja Schulz commented on "Video":
This was mapped to a fly species
Katja Schulz commented on "Lampropeltis triangulum LACÉPÈDE 1789":
@Roger Pester: You're right Roger. Milk snakes are not poisonous.
Katja Schulz commented on an older version of Scarlet Kingsnake:
Attached to the subspecies page to remove confusing duplication of Wikipedia articles on the species page.
Katja Schulz commented on an older version of Urocitellus; USNM 168361; Skull, occipital:
Image doesn't render properly
about 2 years ago
Katja Schulz commented on an older version of Urocitellus; USNM 168361; Skin, ventral:
Katja Schulz commented on "Status":
If you check the source, you see that this text applies to Canis rufus. The association with Animalia must have been a bug in the Smithsonian's North American Mammals resource.
Moving to Microtus mogollonensis page
Taxon association for this text is unclear.
Katja Schulz commented on "Size in North America":
inappropriate content for animals page
Moving to Canis rufus page
Moving to Dipodomys elephantinus page.
Moving to Dipodomys insularis page.
Katja Schulz commented on "Description":
moving to Dipodomys elephantinus page
Moving this to the Dipodomys insularis page.
This article should be displayed on the Mogollon Vole page.
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