Malcolm Storey

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    Katja Schulz commented on "Lateral view":

    I have separated the flies from the plants. This image now shows up on the correct page. In cases like this untrusting doesn't really help because the taxon association itself is not the problem. EOL just puts the associated taxon in the wrong place. Whenever you find something like this, it's best to report it to the Taxon Clean-Up To Do List

    8 months ago

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    Maggie Whitson commented on "Lateral view":

    This is showing up with the plant genus Ormosia, when it belongs with the insects.

    8 months ago

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    Malcolm Storey commented on "Lateral view - magnified":

    Thanks Arne, Malcolm

    9 months ago

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    Arne W. Lehmann commented on "Lateral view - magnified":

    This is a female nymph

    9 months ago

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    Theodore Ganea commented on "Associations":

    Very informative and very good spacing! I give this 5 stars!

    11 months ago

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    Katja Schulz commented on "Wasps - (and mites!) close-up - magnified":

    mislabeled

    over 1 year ago

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    Katja Schulz commented on "Associations":

    The BioImages export puts Bulbocodium vernum in Orchidaceae. It should be in Colchicaceae.

    over 1 year ago

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    Malcolm Storey commented on an older version of In situ - dorsal:

    Yes, I agree. Many thanks. Malcolm

    over 1 year ago

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    Guido Bohne commented on an older version of In situ - dorsal:

    I think this is Empis stercorea

    over 1 year ago • edited: over 1 year ago

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    Tony Sheridan commented on an older version of Orange form - male - dorsal view - close-up:

    This is a female Araneus diadematus, after laying eggs.

    almost 2 years ago

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    Nathan Wilson commented on "Stipe surface - enlarged":

    @Malcolm Storey: I did look at the full set of bioimages and based on that info I don't know for sure that it is or isn't Xerocomus (=Boletus) subtomentosus. That's why I marked it as "incorrect/misleading" not "misidentified". I recognized that Retiboletus ornatipes has not been recorded in the UK and I'm not suggesting that would be a better id. Given the state of the Boletaceae in general right now, I prefer to take a very conservative approach to applying names. I would be very interested to see where a sequence from this specimen lands in a phylogenetic tree.

    about 2 years ago

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    Malcolm Storey commented on "Stipe surface - enlarged":

    @Nathan Wilson: The photograph was taken in the UK. We don't have Retiboletus ornatipes. You need to consider it in the light of the full set of photos and description: http://www.bioimages.org.uk/html/r151305.htm I agree it's atypical.

    about 2 years ago

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    Nathan Wilson commented on "Fruitbody - in situ - top view":

    This does not seem typical of Xerocomus (=Boletus) subtomentosus. The pileus color in this shot is atypical. Looks more like Retiboletus ornatipes.

    about 2 years ago

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    Nathan Wilson commented on "Cap surface - enlarged":

    This does not seem typical of Xerocomus (=Boletus) subtomentosus. The pileus color in this shot is atypical. Looks more like Retiboletus ornatipes.

    about 2 years ago • edited: about 2 years ago

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    Nathan Wilson commented on "Pores":

    This does not seem typical of Xerocomus (=Boletus) subtomentosus. The pores in this shot are atypical.

    about 2 years ago

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    Nathan Wilson commented on "Fruitbody - LS":

    This does not seem typical of Xerocomus (=Boletus) subtomentosus. The pores in this shot are atypical.

    about 2 years ago

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    Nathan Wilson commented on "Pores - enlarged":

    This does not seem typical of Xerocomus (=Boletus) subtomentosus. The pores in this shot are atypical.

    about 2 years ago

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    Nathan Wilson commented on "Stipe surface - enlarged":

    This does not seem typical of Xerocomus (=Boletus) subtomentosus. The ornamentation on stipe in this shot are atypical. Looks more like Retiboletus ornatipes, but the stipes isn't quite ornamented enough for that species.

    about 2 years ago

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    Nathan Wilson commented on "Fruitbody - side view":

    This does not seem typical of Xerocomus (=Boletus) subtomentosus. The ornamentation on stipe and the pores in this shot are atypical. Looks more like Retiboletus ornatipes, but the stipes isn't quite ornamented enough for that species.

    about 2 years ago

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    Katja Schulz commented on an older version of Parasitic hymenopteran - lateral view - close-up - enlarged:

    Eilema complana is a moth. Assuming this is a parasitoid reared from a moth larva?

    about 2 years ago