Bob Corrigan commented on "Corvid Corroboree LifeDesk":
You don't look like a crow. . .
almost 3 years ago
Bob Corrigan commented on "Help needed":
@Cyndy, fair enough. I'm finding it useful to leave comments on various collections re: items that "need help" so that might be a good workflow.
Bob Corrigan commented on "Rapid Response team":
Please review the following image: http://preview.eol.org/data_objects/12694438
Bob Corrigan commented on "Buteogallus anthracinus (Deppe, 1830)":
The exemplar image for this taxon is "broken". Please review photo #4 and, if it is appropriate, set as the exemplar. Thanks.
Bob Corrigan commented on "Crocodylus niloticus Laurenti, 1768":
I thought we had content for this taxon in Arabic?
Bob Corrigan commented on "MOST WANTED: plant images":
And when you do find one of the pictures, let us know so we can say thanks.
Bob Corrigan commented on "EOL Staff":
I would like to agitate for a nicer icon for this community :)
I'd like to propose another name for this collection - how about "EOL Needs Your Help" or "Content Help Requests"?
Bob Corrigan commented on "Our Favorite Pet Birds":
And yes, I took that particular picture myself of the juvenile Grey-Headed Parrot (Poicephalus fuscicolis).
Bob Corrigan commented on "Boletus edulis Bull. 1782":
Why "King Bolete" and not "Cep"?
Bob Corrigan commented on "Featured EOL pages":
It is fitting and proper that Amanita muscaria is this collection's avatar, given how much we've been obliged to look at it throughout the EOLv2 development process. Well done!
Bob Corrigan commented on "Wasmannia auropunctata (Roger, 1863)":
Can you tell us more about where this ant was introduced from and to?
Bob Corrigan commented on "Daubentonia madagascariensis (Gmelin, 1788)":
Yes, Katja would yell at me if I invited any more non-CC content to the pool :)
I found two good ones in Flickr, and invited them to the EOL Pool.
Bob Corrigan commented on an older version of Cape Parrot:
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almost 3 years ago
over 1 year ago
Bob Corrigan commented on an older version of CRT-50245-crd.JPG:
This is more commonly known as the Gooseneck barnacle. In Spain, they are referred to as Percebes, where they are considered a delicacy.
over 3 years ago
Bob Corrigan commented on an older version of Distribution:
Why is there a question mark associated with the distribution statement? That doesn't make sense.
almost 4 years ago
Bob Corrigan commented on an older version of Description:
The description does not seem to match the name on the page. Please advise and/or fix, thanks.
over 4 years ago
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