Dana Campbell

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    Dana Campbell commented on Dana Campbell's newsfeed:

    @Joey Sigmon: Hi Joey, Interesting question. Unfortunately I don't know enough about staghorn fern spores to answer your question. I will keep my ears out for experts who might be able to advise me on this, and get back to you if I find anything. Do post something if you learn more about these. Sorry! Dana

    24 days ago

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    Joey Sigmon commented on "Dana Campbell":

    I saw your activity on the staghorn fern page and thought you might be able to answer a question I have. When looking at staghorn fern spores under the microscope there are normal sporangia but there are also these star shaped objects attached to the sporangia. I've tried everywhere but can't seem to find any information on it. If you know what they could be it would be helpful. Thanks!

    about 1 month ago

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    Dana Campbell commented on "Scincopus fasciatus PETERS 1864":

    @bipedal: I agree! I uploaded a different image for future harvesting. Thanks for your comment.

    2 months ago

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    Dana Campbell commented on "Brief Summary":

    @Marian_Goldsmith: Thank you! I think this overview article may need some revision!

    3 months ago

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    Marian_Goldsmith commented on an older version of Brief Summary:

    Wing size is not a sexually dimorphic trait in Bombyx mori adults; female wings are not "vestigial" as in some moth species (e.g., gypsy moth and winter moth) but are approximately the same size as those of males. Adult body size does differ, as indicated, with females being larger than males, mainly owing to the expanded abdomen holding eggs.

    3 months ago

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    Starri Heidmarsson commented on "EOL Curators":

    @Bob Corrigan: thanks for a prompt reply! Good luck with the repair ;-)

    3 months ago

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    Bob Corrigan commented on "EOL Curators":

    @Starri Heidmarsson: The quick answer is "something changed that broke them". We're working on a fix.

    3 months ago

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    Starri Heidmarsson commented on "EOL Curators":

    Where are the distribution maps based on data from GBIF which were visible earlier?

    3 months ago

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    Jennifer Hammock commented on "EOL Species Pages Working Group":

    @Dail Laughinghouse: Oh yikes. Thanks, Dail! That's corrected now

    3 months ago

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    Dail Laughinghouse commented on "EOL Species Pages Working Group":

    I don´t know where to put this. ON page: http://eol.org/info/222 there is a problem. Both Algaebase and Antweb have the same description: AlgaeBase AntWeb is generally recognized as the most advanced biodiversity information system at species level dedicated to ants. Altogether, its acceptance by the ant research community, the number of participating remote curators that maintain the site, number of pictures, simplicity of web interface, and completeness of species, make AntWeb the premier reference for dissemination of data, information, and knowledge on ants. AntWeb is serving information on tens of thousands of ant species through the EOL. AntWeb AntWeb is generally recognized as the most advanced biodiversity information system at species level dedicated to ants. Altogether, its acceptance by the ant research community, the number of participating remote curators that maintain the site, number of pictures, simplicity of web interface, and completeness of species, make AntWeb the premier reference for dissemination of data, information, and knowledge on ants. AntWeb is serving information on tens of thousands of ant species through the EOL.

    3 months ago

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    Aaliyah21 commented on "Indo-Pacific Sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus) and diver near Christmas Island, Indian Ocean, ~100 m offshore (14 January 2005)":

    Indo-Pacific Sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus) and diver near Christmas Island, Indian Ocean, ~100 m offshore

    3 months ago

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    Dana Campbell commented on "File:Blackgumrangemap.jpg":

    This is a map for Nyssa sylvatica, Not N. biflora (also commonly called blackgum)

    4 months ago

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    Dana Campbell commented on "Cupola Pond":

    Swamp tupelo is Nyssa sylvatica subspecies biflora - also considered Nyssa biflora.

    4 months ago

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    Dana Campbell commented on "Cache River":

    Nyssa sylvatica biflora taxonomic synonym = Nyssa biflora

    4 months ago

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    Dana Campbell commented on "Cupola Pond":

    Swamp tupelo still considered N. sylvatica biflora by some. Now also considered distinct species N. biflora.

    4 months ago

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    Dana Campbell commented on "Pieris rapae (Linnaeus 1758)":

    @Siobhan Leachman: Very Cool!

    4 months ago

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    Benjamin Waner commented on "Aphrissa statira (Cramer, [1777])":

    I have heard this species being called 'Pale Sulphur'. Is that an incorrect name or is it a less common one?

    4 months ago

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    Siobhan Leachman commented on "Pieris rapae (Linnaeus 1758)":

    There is a world wide citizen science project being undertaken on this species. See http://www.pierisproject.org/

    4 months ago

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    Kate Markham commented on "File:Prolemur simus range map.svg":

    More up to date map from IUCN available.

    5 months ago

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    Elza Pap commented on "EOL Curators":

    @Katja Schulz: Thank you @Katja Schulz, I uploaded Graellsia isabelle x. Acitas selene hibrid and Niphargus aggtelekiensis images to encyclopedia of life group on flickr (i got licenses both of image for owners to me) ! I hope i did well... Tomorrow i will create a page for Graellsia isabelle x Actias selene!

    5 months ago • edited: 5 months ago