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--EncycloPetey (talk) 01:38, 8 April 2011 (UTC)


Replied on my talk page. Kuzia (talk) 09:17, 15 May 2011 (UTC)


How to find id ? I start from this page, by genus or species name (e.g. Glyphis and http link is the same: There is no id in address. Can you help? Ark (talk) 18:03, 16 June 2011 (UTC)

That is a good question, and I think I'll put a note on the template page about it. I should have realized from talking with MKOliver on the subject that it might cause a problem for people who aren't as used to the situation as he and I are. I haven't found a way to get these directly from Catalog of Fishes, so I get them by accessing the link to Catalog of Fishes from FishBase. So for Glyphis , I search "Glyphis" in FishBase, then go to one of the species pages in Glyphis (I used Glyphis glyphis this time), then click on the "gen" link at top right where it says "Catalog of Fishes (gen, sp)" and then get the id out of the url bar when it brings up the Catalog of Fishes record. For Glyphis, the genid is 4045. I know this way is complex, but it's the best there is for now. If you search for "Glyphis" using the Catalog of Fishes search function, you get all the genus records related to Glyphis instead of just the one for Glyphis itself. Koumz (talk) 19:34, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
Thank you :) Ark (talk) 14:57, 17 June 2011 (UTC)

Further info[edit]

After working with this setup some more, I have a bit more info to share. The method described above is still the most efficient way I know of to get the ID numbers, HOWEVER, occasionally FishBase will link incorrectly (i.e. to the wrong authorship for a particular genus name if the genus name has been used by several different authors, of which, of course, only one is valid) or not in this way at all (as for what it considers junior synonyms, like Solenostomus paegnius). When this happens, there are two approaches to try. The first is to go to the FishBase synonym detail page for the synonym (via the synonyms list from the main page for the fish) and get ID numbers from the links there (this is how I got Solenostomus paegnius). If this doesn't work or doesn't apply (as it sometimes won't, especially for genus records), then one resorts to the second approach, which is brute force (trial and error with the URL bar), but there are patterns one can use for genus records to make it easier than just needle in a haystack. The patterns (clues) are: 1) All of the oldest (pre-1913 or so) genus names seem to be mostly grouped by reference (so all the genera from Systema Naturae are in a bunch with consecutive ID numbers), so search for all the genera with that reference number, then link to a valid one (or several) from FishBase and use that as a guide for which other numbers to try. They also go roughly from earliest to latest. 2) The genus names between about 1913 and about 1965 seem to be listed more or less alphabetically between IDs 5800 and 8100 (alphabetically by first letter, reverse alphabetically within each first letter). 3) After that, it's mixed. The common reference idea seems to be useful, though. Koumz (talk) 00:04, 8 July 2011 (UTC)

Thanks for all your work with the CoF templates. I agree there is no easier way (that I know of, anyway) than via FishBase to find the needed CoF ID numbers (but how do the FishBase folks find them? Brute force? or maybe they got the data in bulk from Eschmeyer's FishBase systems guy?) - MKOliver (talk) 02:35, 8 July 2011 (UTC)
Like you, I think it's likely that they got it directly in bulk from the CAS people (even a patient person like myself can't imagine someone doing all those thousands of species records by hand, it would take forever). I thought very briefly about whether we could ask them for such a data dump myself, but a) I do not know how they view us as a site and b) I personally have no credentials at all with which to start that discussion even if they don't have a dim view of us. Koumz (talk) 02:55, 8 July 2011 (UTC)

Taxon Authorities[edit]

Hi, my idea with linking from author name to taxon authority page was to standardise it so that the simple intials plus surname will always link to the relevant taxon authority page. This makes certain things easier. You have changed that on a reference template, I see, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but could be, so please be aware that there was a reason for the way it was, thanks Stho002 (talk) 06:58, 27 June 2011 (UTC)

The main thing I was interested in there was just getting the two separate pages for that author combined. I don't really care which version of the name is used, just so that there aren't two pages for the same person. I'll switch the template back since that doesn't really make a difference to me. Koumz (talk) 07:04, 27 June 2011 (UTC)

re: Block[edit]

Thank YOU for this fight :) Next time you can try on my page. Usually I start at this time. Ark (talk) 16:30, 28 June 2011 (UTC)

Done, I think. Ark (talk) 17:53, 28 June 2011 (UTC)

Monanchora arbuscula[edit]

Thanks. I couldn't make out the spelling of Echinostylinos with certainty in the copy I had access to. --EncycloPetey (talk) 01:00, 14 July 2011 (UTC)


It's time to request, don't you think? Ark (talk) 17:47, 14 July 2011 (UTC)


Just to let you know that although we used to do so, we no longer include subgenus in the species page name, so we no longer use template sgsp, but use sgsps instead ... Stho002 (talk) 21:36, 19 July 2011 (UTC)

There appears to be ongoing disagreement on whether the subgenus should be included in the page name or not, and I will stay out of that as much as possible, since both positions have at least some logic, and anyway it mostly concerns entomology and I don't work in that area much except as a surrogate (my bot work). I will not create pages with the subgenus in the page name, but also will not alter those created that way by others (except as necessary to resolve orphan situations), in order to try to avoid becoming part of any drama. Koumz (talk) 14:49, 17 August 2011 (UTC)

Genus/species groups[edit]

Please ignore genus/species groups! Do NOT create pages for them! Thanks ... Stho002 (talk) 00:10, 21 July 2011 (UTC)

yes, please just ignore such pages, and we'll get rid of them at some stage ... Stho002 (talk) 00:46, 21 July 2011 (UTC)

Admin and bot[edit]

Congratulations on becoming an admin on Wikispecies. I have also approved your bot request and currently waiting for you to create the bot account so I can grant the bot account a bot flag. Please let me know when the bot account is created. OhanaUnitedTalk page 19:57, 24 July 2011 (UTC)

Bot granted bot status. Please begin using the bot account for page creation. As for mass deletion, in Meta they have a flood flag (similar to bot flag) where admins can temporary grant themselves to avoid flushing the recent changes page with large numbers of deletions. However, the flood flag is not available elsewhere. OhanaUnitedTalk page 18:34, 25 July 2011 (UTC)


So very close now ... can we finish it?Stho002 (talk) 02:32, 25 July 2011 (UTC)

OK, I'll finish off...many thanks for your help with this...Stho002 (talk) 02:36, 25 July 2011 (UTC)

author/date in parentheses[edit]

One thing you need to know is that author/date only goes in parentheses if the species is no longer placed in the original genus in which it was first described Stho002 (talk) 06:43, 25 July 2011 (UTC)

yes, other editors will have done silly things like that, so it pays to keep your eyes peeled! Stho002 (talk) 07:00, 25 July 2011 (UTC)


before u start, please tell me the 2 most frequent author/date combinations, so I can give you the reference citations to include on the pages ...Stho002 (talk) 21:59, 25 July 2011 (UTC)

unfortunately, Obenberger published multiple papers in the same year, so no easy way to associate a name with the appropriate, u might as well go ahead and do the Obenberger species in the same way as you did for Onthophagus...Stho002 (talk) 22:18, 25 July 2011 (UTC)
yes, if you make a start on Obenberger, I may find time to sort out the references for the others...Stho002 (talk) 22:30, 25 July 2011 (UTC)
please add the following text to the Kerremans, 1897 pages:


  • Kerremans, C. 1897: Contribution a l'étude de la faune intertropicale Américaine. Voyages de M. E. Gounelle au Brésil. Buprestides. Mémoires de la Société entomologique de Belgique, 6: 1-146. BHL
  • Waterhouse, C.O. 1889: Buprestidae. Biologia Centrali-Americana, zoologia, Insecta, Coleoptera 3(1): 1-193. BHL
  • Deyrolle, H. 1864: Description des Buprestides de la Malaisie recueillés par M. Wallace. Annales de la Société entomologique de Belgique, 8: 1-312. BHL

Celebration complete[edit]

700 Agrilus in 40 minutes. Koumz (talk) 03:35, 27 July 2011 (UTC)

Fantastic work! Perhaps we should sort those Obenburger species by publication, i.e. a, b, c, d, after year. Most of them may be in one publication? Then you could create pages for these, including the reference ...Stho002 (talk) 21:44, 27 July 2011 (UTC)
Good, just pls remember to remove the letters (a,b,c,..) from the years on the actual taxon pages (unless more than one ref with the same author/year is listed on the SAME taxon page)...Stho002 (talk) 22:42, 27 July 2011 (UTC)

Here is Ob. 1933b ref:

it doesn't seem to be available online ...Stho002 (talk) 23:52, 27 July 2011 (UTC)

All the other 1933 (24 species) are from reference f. Koumz (talk) 03:29, 28 July 2011 (UTC)
can you copy ref. f from the references section of the buprestid website to here, please? Stho002 (talk) 03:36, 28 July 2011 (UTC)

Koumz (talk) 04:08, 28 July 2011 (UTC)

The automated portion of Agrilus is now complete. There are about 300 left, but no groups of more than 2 species, so the remaining ones are handwork. Koumz (talk) 19:19, 30 July 2011 (UTC)

Excellent work! ... Stho002 (talk) 23:35, 31 July 2011 (UTC)


Use the biological symbol for male/female, like this. OhanaUnitedTalk page 15:59, 6 August 2011 (UTC)


I haven't used AWB since July 2008 so I am totally not up to date on its matters. OhanaUnitedTalk page 23:08, 22 August 2011 (UTC)

Problem now resolved after some tinkering.Koumz (talk) 03:37, 23 August 2011 (UTC)


Please can you make the taxonavigation from Hesperiidae the same as Noctuidae. Or have I ask an other person.

Thanks for doing it. If I find more families i shall ask you to do them on the same way.

Can you do the Lasiocampidae as above? (NEW)

Can you do now Yponomeutoidea and Noctuoidea (New demand on 07-09-2011.)

thanks again


PeterR (talk) 19:09, 23 August 2011 (UTC)


Thanks for catching my error on Ricardo Garilleti.
Open2universe | Talk 01:54, 24 August 2011 (UTC)

re: nrdb template[edit]

Thanks before. But, actually, I don't know which one is the older version. I assume this one: Template:NRDB species. Ok, I'll use this one from now on. --Uondre (talk) 00:33, 26 August 2011 (UTC)



Is it possible to make the holotype the same as author? So when i add a Holotype (Museum) the colors will be blue or red. Blue is correct and by Red i have to made a new holotype.


PeterR (talk) 13:09, 30 August 2011 (UTC)



I see you have deleted some templatres from me. Please dont delete my templates without connecting me. Now i have made them on new.

No thats wrong. Its doesn't matter if it types easier, but what is the status. Calospilos is synonymized with Abraxas and became a subgenus. In the official papers they write Abraxas (Calospilos) etc. So my taxa are allso Abraxas (Calospilos) etc. And I want to keep that after original papers and books. You have deleted more genera with subgenera. So I can made them on new.

ok. Excuse accepted.


PeterR (talk) 13:29, 31 August 2011 (UTC)

PeterR is wrong, subgenera are optional in a name, and it complicates matters on Wikispecies, so pls don't use subgenera in page titles, thanks ... Stho002 (talk) 08:03, 3 September 2011 (UTC)


I wouldn't waste too much time on viruses ... they are last priority ... Stho002 (talk) 01:32, 3 September 2011 (UTC)


Can you pls create pages for the following species C. ajmali – C. alveus – C. amiti – C. anjumi – C. anmarae – C. ashmeadi – C. athysanus – C. ayeshae – C. azhari – C. balli – C. berryae – C. bethae – C. boolool – C. bouceki – C. buntor – C. cabon – C. cardaleae – C. dillonae – C. doddi – C. eumorphus – C. evelineae – C. extraordinarius – C. feckneri – C. fieldi – C. fionae – C. gallowayi – C. goobita – C. gorayaran – C. grahami – C. greensladeae – C. gullanae – C. gwenae – C. haqi – C. hardyi – C. harveyi – C. huggerti – C. iota – C. jenningsi – C. johnsenae – C. kabirae – C. kaikai – C. kentae – C. kiefferi – C. leysonae – C. litopterus – C. luboi – C. mahmoodi – C. manii – C. mansoori – C. markusi – C. marroocutta – C. marrooyourula – C. matong – C. megacerus – C. melas – C. michaeli – C. minyamea – C. minyayunde – C. moki – C. moola – C. moonae – C. moonga – C. moongacutta – C. muniri – C. nailae – C. narteol – C. nasiri – C. naumanni – C. nephocerus – C. normani – C. noyesi – C. ogmocerus – C. oimus – C. pachycerus – C. phallocerus – C. pipayourula – C. pita – C. proipetye – C. rabiae – C. ramishi – C. raniae – C. sabrii – C. saeedi – C. saliki – C. schmidti – C. stegastocerus – C. systenus – C. taylori – C. toheedi – C. umari – C. umasensis – C. undeneya – C. usmani – C. wattora – C. weemayourula – C. yasini – C. yousufi – C. zafari – C. zebae –

, by copying the following code (copy from edit window), thanks ... Stho002 (talk) 08:01, 3 September 2011 (UTC)

== Taxonavigation == {{Ceratobaeus}} Species: ''[[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'' ==Name== * ''{{BASEPAGENAME}}'' {{aut|[[M. Iqbal|Iqbal]]}} & {{aut|[[A.D. Austin|Austin]]}}, 2000: [ ZooBank] ** Authority for current placement: original *** undisputed by all subsequent authorities ** Original genus: ''[[Ceratobaeus]]'' {{aut|[[W.H. Ashmead|Ashmead]]}}, 1893 ** Original status: valid species ** Primary type: holotype *** Fixation: designated *** Description: [adult] female *** Repository: [[Holotype|?]] ** Type locality: '' ==References== <!-- Iqbal & Austin 2000 -->{{}} ===links=== * [{{subst:BASEPAGENAME}} Australian Faunal Directory] [[Category:Australia Platygastridae]]

and then with these names: C. ater – C. aureus – C. australicus – C. clavisegmentus – C. clubionus – C. cuspicornutus – C. elongates – C. fasciativentris – C. fasciatus – C. faunus – C. flavicorpus – C. flavios – C. flavipes – C. flaviventris – C. giraulti – C. grandis – C. intrudae – C. laeviventris – C. lamponae – C. leai – C. longicornutus – C. maculatus – C. mainae – C. masneri – C. mirabilis – C. parvicornutus – C. platycornutus – C. rieki – C. setosus – C. varicornis –

the following code:

== Taxonavigation == {{Ceratobaeus}} Species: ''[[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'' ==Name== * ''{{BASEPAGENAME}}'' ==References== <!-- Iqbal & Austin 2000 -->{{}} ===links=== * [{{subst:BASEPAGENAME}} Australian Faunal Directory] [[Category:Australia Platygastridae]]

then you will need to substitute taxa/Ceratobaeus[space] with taxa/Ceratobaeus_ for all of the Ceratobaeus names created above

WONDERFUL, THANK YOU!! :) ... Stho002 (talk) 00:09, 4 September 2011 (UTC)


Can you pls do Scelio the same way? I have put a raw, unformatted species list on the page for the moment ... Stho002 (talk) 04:46, 4 September 2011 (UTC)

Many thanks again! ... Stho002 (talk) 08:38, 4 September 2011 (UTC)

small problem: the reference needs to start on a new line after ==References==

Article creation using AWB[edit]

Hi Koumz, OhanaUnited had mentioned that you run a bot here to create species articles using AWB. I wanted to suggest that you take a look at CSV Loader plugin for AWB that will make the task easier. There is a walk through page detailing each step. Please let me know if you have any questions. Ganeshk (talk) 03:29, 5 September 2011 (UTC)

This plugin means that I don't have to split up the lists so much anymore (just into sublists based on the number of authors), and speeds up the process quite a bit. Koumz (talk) 21:30, 10 September 2011 (UTC)


I'm new here in wikispecies so I want to say thank you for that help in this article. :-) Sarilho1 (talk) 19:53, 10 September 2011 (UTC)

Acanthopleura granulata[edit]

Hello, a question can put data distribution --Veronidae (talk) 22:13, 10 September 2011 (UTC)

Thanks for the information gradually over more pages of Mollusca and other invertebrates --Veronidae (talk) 22:32, 10 September 2011 (UTC)

Automations completed[edit]

Lasioglossum (phase 1) .... Koumz (talk) 07:27, 6 August 2011 (UTC)

Simulium (phase 1).... Koumz (talk) 00:02, 14 August 2011 (UTC)
Megaselia (phase 1).... Koumz (talk) 04:15, 23 August 2011 (UTC)
Agrilus (Full genus) .... Koumz (talk) 03:25, 11 September 2011 (UTC)
Lasioglossum (Full genus) .... Koumz (talk) 15:09, 11 September 2011 (UTC)
Megaselia (Full genus). This ends work on such projects unless broad agreement on treatment of subgenera is somehow ever achieved. Koumz (talk) 18:23, 22 October 2011 (UTC)[edit]

Please controll the work from It is a mist. I have tried to connect him but no response.


If it is V.V. Dubatolov than it is allready an old man like me. Thats will be hard working.


PeterR (talk) 15:47, 13 September 2011 (UTC)


Hola esto es lo que quieres Abbott, R.T., lo he visto, pero como no veo que produzca ningún cambio significativo en el contenido no lo he aplicado pensé que era algo interno de la administración. ¿Cuál es propósito de esa plantilla? Si se puede saber. --Veronidae (talk) 15:34, 14 September 2011 (UTC)

Yo tampoco soy taxónoma así que ni idea, solo colecciono conchas, bueno ya trabajo en eso solo tengo que incluirle esa información a mi robot, le preguntare a mi hermana o a mi papa ellos si de dedican a la taxonomía, gracias por todo :)--Veronidae (talk) 15:49, 14 September 2011 (UTC)

Special characters[edit]

The Special characters don't work any more. Can you fix it?


PeterR (talk) 13:51, 15 September 2011 (UTC)


Hola estuve revisando el asunto de las Categorías y me encontré que hay muchas para fauna y algunas de flora de muchas regiones insulares, sabes si esto corresponde a alguna razón particular, o si solo es casualidad; lo otro es que si hay algún problema en crear una Categoría que se llame Venezuela biota o Fauna de Venezuela para incluir en ella la páginas de las especies que correspondan a esta región. Saludos --Veronidae (talk) 04:28, 18 September 2011 (UTC)


We had an agreement about the subgenera for butterflies and moths. Why didn't you add the subgenera of Lemyra such we agree?


PeterR (talk) 04:28, 26 September 2011 (UTC)

I'm sorry if you want leave this sides. I'm working after the original templates after Mariusm. Stephen create his own Wiki.

Thats comes because every body can add the information on his own idee. There is no leadership.

PeterR (talk) 04:46, 26 September 2011 (UTC)


Why are you making templates for the subgenera as genera?


PeterR (talk) 04:38, 26 September 2011 (UTC)


Yes, the Oliveira et al. 2011 paper is exciting; I haven't digested it all yet by any means. I wish they had presented a formal classification incorporating their results, and had listed all the genera they would include in each clade. Their online Additional File 3 at least is a start, with the taxa they examined being listed under, I think, their starting classification (before their results changed many groupings). As you see, I made only a small start on reorganizing WS. Thanks for your excellent help! Their fig. 13, with new family-level concepts, seems a good starting point. So far, as you know, I have only fiddled with the first of the new families, Bryconidae. --MKOliver (talk) 11:36, 29 September 2011 (UTC)

RE: your "Question: do we want to list out the genera of each of the two unnamed clades in Characidae (similar to what others have done for species groups and the like on insect pages) on either Characidae or on Incertae sedis, without making individual pages for the clades until (eventually) they are named?" - Sounds good to me. Their fig. 13 actually shows Clades A, B, and C in Characidae. --MKOliver (talk) 01:43, 30 September 2011 (UTC)


Can you please change the template {{Figulus}} to {{Figulus (Figulus)}} for all these species: Figulus (Figulus)? Thanks ... Stho002 (talk) 22:30, 29 September 2011 (UTC)

many thanks! Stho002 (talk) 00:13, 1 October 2011 (UTC)

Re: Thanks[edit]

You're welcome. Your work is excellent. By the way: did you get the email I sent you a few days ago? Mariusm (talk) 04:48, 30 September 2011 (UTC)

Clark Hubbs middle initial[edit]

You added middle initial L. to Clark Hubbs's name. I've never seen a middle initial for him. "L." was his father's middle initial, but I'm curious where you saw that it was Clark's initial too.

CoF doesn't cite first names of authors. Those "Hubbs, C.L." references are all the father, Carl L. Hubbs. His son Clark always published as just Clark Hubbs, as far as I know.
You're right; searching CoF the way you suggest, I *do* find citations with first name spelled out, and given as "Hubbs, Clark L." For example, CoF ref. 7818: cites first author "Hubbs, Clark L." But, this is an error -- see image of first page of the actual article: . This is one of those annoying errors that CoF, on occasion, makes and repeats throughout the database.
Thanks; I know you're very careful! And, I just noticed that I forgot to sign any of my messages on this topic. Glad you knew whom to reply to... MKOliver (talk) 02:00, 3 October 2011 (UTC)

Name section convention[edit]

I sent to MKOliver the following message:


Thanks for your work at WS. We have some problems here with standardization. I'm refering to the name section.

The name section according to the help section [1] should look like this:

Neolamprologus helianthus Büscher, 1997: 701

Holotype: MRAC 97-27-P-1

Paratypes: MRAC 97-27-P-2-3 (2), 97-27-P-4 (1), 97-27-P-5 (1), 97-27-P-6 (1), 97-27-P-7-10 (4)

Type locality: Democratic Republic of Congo: Lake Tanganyika, near "Siedlung Kamakonde", 7°52'S, 30°18'E, about 110 km south of Moba

and not like this:

  • Neolamprologus helianthus Büscher, 1997: 701
    • Holotype: MRAC 97-27-P-1
      • Paratypes: MRAC 97-27-P-2-3 (2), 97-27-P-4 (1), 97-27-P-5 (1), 97-27-P-6 (1), 97-27-P-7-10 (4)
    • Type locality: Democratic Republic of Congo: Lake Tanganyika, near "Siedlung Kamakonde", 7°52'S, 30°18'E, about 110 km south of Moba

Should we change the help section, and the scores of pages that comply with it?

Should we make your version a standard?

Please tell me what are your thoughts on this issue.

What do You think? Mariusm (talk) 08:58, 12 October 2011 (UTC)

OK, I respect your opinion and your careful attitude. Lets make a definitive separation between:

  • Content
  • Format or presentation

I wasn't referring to content, only to presentation. Suppose you entered ITIS or Fishbase, and each page would be formatted differently. Sooner or later you would get tired of this, and would form a very negative opinion on these sites. If you want WS to be respected, you need to respect the users, and present them with a consistent, soundly formatted site. No matter how the actual information be accurate and up-to-date, with this haphazard formatting that we have now, it will bring us down to insignificance.

If bullets are superior in your opinion, well, lets use them! But CONSISTENTLY! Mariusm (talk) 17:04, 12 October 2011 (UTC)

I think we should concentrate for now on acquiring content, and worry about format later. We probably only have about 10% of known species with a page ... Stho002 (talk) 03:55, 15 October 2011 (UTC)


Could you perhaps use your magic to create pages for the ones with author/date in the Catalogue of Life links? Thanks ... Stho002 (talk) 03:52, 15 October 2011 (UTC)

Also these if possible:

Campsicnemus acuticornis Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus aeptus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus alaskensis Harmston & Miller, 1966 Campsicnemus albicomus Tenorio, 1969 Campsicnemus albitarsus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus alexanderi Harmston & Miller, 1966 Campsicnemus alpinus Haliday, 1833 Campsicnemus amana Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus ambytylus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus americanus Van Duzee, 1924 Campsicnemus amini Olejnicek, 1981 Campsicnemus arcuatus Van Duzee, 1917 Campsicnemus argyropterus Negrobov & Shamshev, 1985 Campsicnemus armatus Zetterstedt, 1849 Campsicnemus armoricanus Parent, 1926 Campsicnemus asterisk Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus atlanticus Dyte, 1980 Campsicnemus aurilobus Tenorio, 1969 Campsicnemus barbitibia Stackelberg, 1947 Campsicnemus bellulus Van Duzee, 1933 Campsicnemus bicirritus Tenorio, 1969 Campsicnemus bicoloripes Parent, 1937 Campsicnemus bicrenatus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus biseta Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus borabora Evenhuis, 2008 Campsicnemus breviciliatus Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus brevipes Van Duzee, 1933 Campsicnemus brevitibia Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus brunnescens Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus bryanti Malloch, 1932 Campsicnemus bryophilus Adachi, 1954 Campsicnemus caffer Curran, 1926 Campsicnemus calcaratus Grimshaw, 1901 Campsicnemus calcaritarsus Adachi, 1953 Campsicnemus camptoplax Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus capitulatus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus carinatus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus charliechaplini Evenhuis, 1996 Campsicnemus chauliopodus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus ciliatus Van Duzee, 1933 Campsicnemus cinctipus Harmston, 1968 Campsicnemus claudicans Loew, 1864 Campsicnemus clinotibia Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus coloradensis Harmston & Miller, 1966 Campsicnemus comatus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus compeditus Loew, 1857 Campsicnemus compressus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus congregatus Malloch, 1932 Campsicnemus coniculus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus contortus Parent, 1937 Campsicnemus cracens Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus crassipes Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus crinitarsis Strobl, 1906 Campsicnemus crinitibia Van Duzee, 1933 Campsicnemus crispatus Tenorio, 1969 Campsicnemus crossotibia Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus crossotus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus curvipes Fallen, 1823 Campsicnemus curvispina Van Duzee, 1930 Campsicnemus darvazicus Stackelberg, 1947 Campsicnemus dasycnemus Loew, 1857 Campsicnemus deficiens Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus degener Wheeler, 1899 Campsicnemus depauperatus Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus deserti Vaillant, 1953 Campsicnemus diamphidius Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus dicondylus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus diffusus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus digitatus Tenorio, 1969 Campsicnemus disjunctus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus distinctus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus distortipes Grimshaw, 1901 Campsicnemus divergens Van Duzee, 1933 Campsicnemus drymoscartes Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus ephydrus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus exiguus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus eximius Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus expansus Tenorio, 1969 Campsicnemus femoratus Ringdahl, 1949 Campsicnemus ferrugineus Parent, 1934 Campsicnemus filipes Loew, 1859 Campsicnemus fimbriatus Grimshaw, 1901 Campsicnemus finitimus Tenorio, 1969 Campsicnemus flavipes Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus flaviventer Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus flexuosus Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus fragilis Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus fulvifacies Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus fumipennis Parent, 1937 Campsicnemus furax Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus fusticulus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus glaucus Becker, 1924 Campsicnemus gloriamontis Evenhuis, 2000 Campsicnemus gloriosus Van Duzee, 1933 Campsicnemus goniochaeta Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus grimshawi Van Duzee, 1933 Campsicnemus haleakalaae Zimmerman, 1938 Campsicnemus halidayi Dyte, 1975 Campsicnemus halonae Evenhuis, 1996 Campsicnemus hardyi Evenhuis, 1997 Campsicnemus hardyi Tenorio, 1969 Campsicnemus hawaiiensis Hardy & Delfinado, 1974 Campsicnemus helvolus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus hirtipes Loew, 1861 Campsicnemus hispanicus Strobl, 1899 Campsicnemus hispidipes Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus hoplitipodus Adachi, 1953 Campsicnemus hygrophilus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus impariseta Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus inaequalis Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus indecorus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus inermipes Malloch, 1932 Campsicnemus inornatus Botosaneanu & Vaillant, 1973 Campsicnemus insuetus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus intermittens Becker, 1924 Campsicnemus invaginatus Tenorio, 1969 Campsicnemus keokeo Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus kokokekuku Evenhuis, 2007 Campsicnemus kuku Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus labilis Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus lantsovi Grichanov, 1998 Campsicnemus latipenna Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus lawakua Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus lepidochaites Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus limnobates Evenhuis, 2000 Campsicnemus lineatus Negrobov & Zlobin, 1978 Campsicnemus lipothrix Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus lobatus Evenhuis, 2008 Campsicnemus longiciliatus Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus longiquus Tenorio, 1969 Campsicnemus longitarsus Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus longitibia Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus loripes Haliday, 1832 Campsicnemus loxothrix Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus lucidus Becker, 1924 Campsicnemus lumbatus Loew, 1857 Campsicnemus macula Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus maculatus Becker, 1918 Campsicnemus magius Loew, 1845 Campsicnemus makua Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus mamillatus Mik, 1869 Campsicnemus mammiculatus Parent, 1929 Campsicnemus manaka Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus marginatus Loew, 1857 Campsicnemus maui Evenhuis, 2007 Campsicnemus maukele Evenhuis, 2007 Campsicnemus mediofloccus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus melanus Harmston and Knowlton, 1942 Campsicnemus membranilobus Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus milleri Harmston, 1966 Campsicnemus mirabilis Frey, 1945 Campsicnemus mirabilis Grimshaw, 1902 Campsicnemus miritibialis Van Duzee, 1933 Campsicnemus miser Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus modicus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus montanus Harmston and Knowlton, 1942 Campsicnemus montgomeryi Evenhuis, 1997 Campsicnemus mucronatus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus mundulus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus mylloseta Evenhuis, 2008 Campsicnemus nambai Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus neoplatystylatus Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus nigricollis Van Duzee 1933 Campsicnemus nigripes Van Duzee, 1917 Campsicnemus nigroanalis Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus norops Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus obscuratus Becker, 1924 Campsicnemus obscurus Parent, 1937 Campsicnemus oedipus Wheeler, 1899 Campsicnemus ogradyi Evenhuis, 2008 Campsicnemus olympicola Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus oregonensis Harmston & Miller, 1966 Campsicnemus ornatus Van Duzee, 1933 Campsicnemus ostlinx Evenhuis, 2008 Campsicnemus pallidus Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus paniculatus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus panini Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus paradoxus Wahlberg, 1844 Campsicnemus paralobatus Evenhuis, 2008 Campsicnemus parvulus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus patellifer Grimshaw, 1902 Campsicnemus pe Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus penicillatoides Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus penicillatus Parent, 1934 Campsicnemus perplexus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus petalicnemus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus pherocteis Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus philoctetes Wheeler, 1899 Campsicnemus philohydratus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus picticornis Zetterstedt, 1843 Campsicnemus pilitarsis Negrobov & Zlobin, 1978 Campsicnemus planitibia Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus platystylatus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus plautinus Adachi, 1953 Campsicnemus polhemusi Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus profusus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus puali Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus pumilio Zetterstedt, 1843 Campsicnemus pusillus Meigen, 1824 Campsicnemus putillus Parent, 1937 Campsicnemus pycnochaeta Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus rectus Malloch, 1932 Campsicnemus restrictus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus rheocrenus Evenhuis, 2008 Campsicnemus rhyphopus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus ridiculus Parent, 1937 Campsicnemus rufinus Frey, 1925 Campsicnemus scambus Fallen, 1823 Campsicnemus sciarus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus scolimerus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus scurra Parent, 1934 Campsicnemus setiger Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus silvaticus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus simplicipes Parent, 1937 Campsicnemus simplicissimus Strobl, 1906 Campsicnemus sinuatus Van Duzee, 1933 Campsicnemus sinuosus Evenhuis, 2007 Campsicnemus spinicoxa Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus spuh Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus tahaanus Evenhuis, 2008 Campsicnemus tarsiciliatus Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus terracola Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus thersites Wheeler, 1899 Campsicnemus tibialis Van Duzee, 1933 Campsicnemus truncatus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus tunoa Evenhuis, 2008 Campsicnemus uha Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus ui Evenhuis, 2007 Campsicnemus umbripennis Loew, 1856 Campsicnemus uncatus Tenorio, 1969 Campsicnemus uncleremus Evenhuis, 2000 Campsicnemus undulatus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus unipunctatus Negrobov & Zlobin, 1978 Campsicnemus uniseta Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus unu Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus utahensis Harmston and Knowlton, 1942 Campsicnemus vafellus Parent, 1939 Campsicnemus vanduzeei Curran, 1933 Campsicnemus varipes Loew, 1859 Campsicnemus versicolorus Negrobov & Zlobin, 1978 Campsicnemus viridulus Hardy & Kohn, 1964 Campsicnemus vtorovi Negrobov & Zlobin, 1978 Campsicnemus waialealeensis Evenhuis, 2003 Campsicnemus wheeleri Van Duzee, 1923 Campsicnemus wilderae Runyon, 2008 Campsicnemus williamsi Van Duzee, 1933 Campsicnemus yangi Grichanov, 1998 Campsicnemus yunnanensis Yang & Saigusa, 2001 Campsicnemus zigzag Evenhuis, 2008 Campsicnemus zimmermani Evenhuis, 1997

Annularia stellata[edit]

Are you sure about this edit? I'd be highly surprised to find that an entomologist published this plant fossil combination... especially since he would have only been 19 at the time. --EncycloPetey (talk) 15:02, 19 October 2011 (UTC)

Thanks for the link; I've completed the reference information from that. (The user interface at BHL is annoying though.) --EncycloPetey (talk) 04:02, 20 October 2011 (UTC)