Malcolm Storey

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

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

    about 2 years ago

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    jhilty commented on "Inflorescence - side view":

    The photographed plant is something in the Asteraceae, possibly a Eupatorium or something similar. Agrimonia eupatoria (Rosaceae) produces a narrow spike of simple yellow flowers, whereas the photographed plant has a panicle of pink flowerheads. A misidentification has occurred here.

    about 2 years ago

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    jhilty commented on "Leaves":

    Again, I don't think this is Agrimonia eupatoria. The photographed stem and leaves clearly belong to the plant with a panicle of pink flowerheads (see the 2 preceding photographs). It is something in the Asteraceae, possibly a Eupatorium or something similar.

    about 2 years ago

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    jhilty commented on "Inflorescence - side view":

    The photographed plant is not Agrimonia eupatoria, nor an Agrimonia, nor is it even in the Rosaceae. Instead, this plant is in the Asteraceae, possibly a Eupatorium or something similar. Agrimonia eupatoria produces a narrow spike of simple yellow flowers, whereas the photographed plant has a panicle of pink flowerheads.

    about 2 years ago

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    jhilty commented on "Inflorescence in bud - side view":

    This photo from BioImages is not Agrimonia eupatoria, nor even an Agrimonia (Rosaceae). It's not even in the correct plant family. It is something in the Asteraceae, possibly a Eupatorium or Eupatoriadelphus. Agrimonia eupatoria produces a narrow spike of simple yellow flowers, whereas the photographed plant has a panicle of pink flowerheads.

    about 2 years ago

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    C. Michael Hogan commented on "Associations":

    in review

    about 2 years ago

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    Erwin Gruber commented on "Pinnules - close-up":

    Having some experience with Polystichum sp. (botanist), i may redeterminate the images of this individual to: Polystichum setiferum (Forsk.) Woynar, Soft Shield Fern. I do not see any intermediacy between P. aculeatum and P. setiferum from those images, thus i doubt it to be the hybrid Polystichum x bicknellii.

    about 2 years ago

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    Erwin Gruber commented on "In situ":

    Having some experience with Polystichum sp. (botanist), i may redeterminate the images of this individual to: Polystichum setiferum (Forsk.) Woynar, Soft Shield Fern. I do not see any intermediacy between P. aculeatum and P. setiferum from those images, thus i doubt it to be the hybrid Polystichum x bicknellii.

    about 2 years ago

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    Jeremy Rice commented on "Associations":

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    over 2 years ago • deleted: over 2 years ago

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    C. Michael Hogan commented on "Associations":

    exact duplicate

    over 2 years ago

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    Steve Haddock commented on "Top view - whole animal":

    How do we mark it so genus Ctenophora doesn't show up in the pages for Phylum Ctenophora? I don't want to untrust it, but would like to remove those associations, in bulk.

    over 2 years ago

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    Jamie McMillan commented on an older version of Top view:

    Costa is curved about 2/3 way down, so I think this is Dingy Footman, E.griseola/griseolum.

    over 2 years ago

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    Katja Schulz commented on an older version of Associations:

    Soft Fruit is not a taxon name.

    over 2 years ago

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    Malcolm Storey commented on an older version of Image of an unknown taxon:

    @Priscila Chaverri: Yes, there are a number of these confusing statements on EOL images from my website. It's not obvious from my current page (click on "More Info") how this arose. I don't know whether it was originally wrong on my website, or if it went wrong when EOL's spider scraped it. Certainly there are several places where EOL's spider was confused by punctuation (eg place names) and this maybe another of those - the original could well have had a comma: "Geoglossum cookeanum, covering ascocarp"

    It's 2 years since EOL harvested my content. We agreed a joint background project to build a more direct route and harvesting was suspended. Unfortunately neither side had time to progress it, but we're now hoping to move it forward this winter and this should correct such errors.

    over 2 years ago

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    Malcolm Storey commented on an older version of Image of Blistum ovalisporum and Byssostilbe stilbigera:

    @Priscila Chaverri: Keith Seifert (who synonymised them) now considers Blistum ovalisporum to be distinct from Byssostilbe stilbigera. (K. Seifert, pers comm. 31/8/05)

    over 2 years ago

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    Jamie McMillan commented on "Malcolm Storey":

    Malcolm, I can't find any photos of Beautiful China-Mark on EOL in media. I look under Nymphula stagnata (Donovan, 1806) for which name you are the only source credited - although I think it is still the accepted UK name, and most of the records are mapped in the UK. The other one is N. nitidula which looks the same, but all the records are continental. Which do you think is the accepted name now, or is there a fight about it?

    over 2 years ago

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    Priscila Chaverri commented on an older version of Image of Blistum ovalisporum and Byssostilbe stilbigera:

    Synonym of Byssostilbe stilbigera

    over 2 years ago

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    Malcolm Storey commented on an older version of Image of Nectria cinnabarina:

    @Katja Schulz: Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh also place Hypocreaceae in Plantae! That surely went out of fashion a long time before the 1990's.

    I guess herbaria might use informal classifications for convenient access to and storage of specimens (relating to room, cupboard, shelf and box names), rather than attempting to strictly model philogeny. Of course changes to the classification are a lot more time consuming if you have to physically reorganise specimens.

    EOL perhaps ought to have some way of downplaying informal classifications.

    over 2 years ago

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    Priscila Chaverri commented on an older version of Image of an unknown taxon:

    This description is confusing. It is not "Geoglossum cookeanum covering ascocarp." It is really "Hypomyces papulasporae covering living ascocarp of Geoglossum cookeanum"

    over 2 years ago

  • Profile picture of Priscila Chaverri who took this action.

    Priscila Chaverri commented on an older version of Image of an unknown taxon:

    This description is confusing. It is not "Geoglossum cookeanum covering ascocarp." It is really "Hypomyces papulasporae covering living ascocarp of Geoglossum cookeanum"

    over 2 years ago