Wikipedia:WikiProject Tree of Life/Participants

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  • andy Mostly adding taxoboxes where I spot them missing, and occasionally adding articles on Amphibians
  • Al-Ghazali
  • Allthingstoallpeople (talk) 14:45, 12 January 2010 (UTC) Hundreds of photos of rare animals and plants from 15 years of travel in the Amazon rainforest, Galapagos Islands and sub-Saharan Africa -- enquiries welcome. CC licensing available.
  • AlphaEta Prokaryotes and ruminants
  • Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason - going to help with changing the taxoboxes over to the new template syntax.
  • Anaxial
  • Antarctic-adventurer - Mainly gastropods (nudibranchia) and some marine fishes. This project needs to get going, there are millions of species to do!
  • AntarcticPenguin
  • Aranae Mostly rodents
  • AshLin Lepidoptera, Birds, Reptiles, Spoken articles for TOL wikiprojects
  • Avalik Mammals, frogs, and birds will be my thing.
  • Ba'Gamnan I am interested in Biology and in Photography.
  • Belizian I just take nature pictures in the Jungles of Belize, request welcome.
  • Bibliomaniac15 - I like and research organisms in general. However, why isn't there a WikiProject for Reptiles or Amphibians?
  • Bob the Wikipedian (talkcontribs) : I'm a zoology/paleobiology enthusiast. I also hunt for bugs, particularly brown recluses and other spiders. Also-- if someone would like a photo or video shot of an animal native to Vanderburgh County, IN, I'd be happy to try to fill the request.
  • Bolosphex My main interest is Hymenoptera centering on Aculeata, Vespidae and especially Eumeninae
  • bondolo Anything that lives in marine aquariums
  • Calaka (talk) 07:54, 22 March 2010 (UTC) - Assuming all goes well I would make regular contributions based on the Global Names Index.
  • Caudata Lizards and snakes mostly
  • Charlie the Pig I love taxonomy
  • Chinasaur Going to try to add some images from the largely public domain NSF Image Library.
  • Chris_huh
  • Chrisrus
  • ComfyKem (talk) - I will be hanging around virus articles, bringing them up to date with the ICTV[1]
  • Coyoty Disambiguations, proofreading, etc.
  • Cryoboy I started the Cnidarians Wikiproject, I am also interested in primates.
  • User:Dabs:Dabs - evolution, phyloinformatics; interested in improving the Tree of Life topic page and making this more of a resource
  • Dalf | Talk - Right now mostly doing house keeping stuff and mostly that in the extinct animals space.
  • Dan Koehl I am now trying to implement the templates on the swedish wikipedia.
  • DanielCD My main interest is in plants, fossils and extinct animals/organisms; adding taxoboxes where I find them missing, etc.
  • Daniel Mietchen, general interest in taxonomy, phylogeny and evolution; primarily adding sources and images.
  • Dante Alighieri | Talk If I happen to be working on a plant/animal article with a missing taxobox, I usually try to put one in.
  • Darthgriz98 Zoology, biology, the environment, and ecology related articles are my usual contributions
  • DarthVader Trying to sort out classification, especially problems with Dinosauria and Primates.
  • Dawson - Primarily reptiles and amphibians, photography.
  • Demi - slow and desultory contributions on fish, esp. elasmobranchs like bat rays
  • Dinoguy2 Dinosaur-like birds, bird-like dinosaurs, and taxonomy.
  • Divingpetrel Taxon authorities.
  • Dracontes All kinds of prehistoric creatures (mainly dinosaurs).
  • DSWebb I'll do whatever I can on anything biological.
  • Eclecticology
  • EdWBaker Started WikiProject Phasmatodea. Mainly work with insects and gastropods
  • Elapied 10:44, 14 February 2007 (UTC) (earthworm taxonomy, mainly from South America, and also different invertebrate groups of marine life).
  • ElCharismo - I've always had a passion for taxonomy, and I'm very intrigued by this WikiProject. Here's to the proliferation of taxoboxes, untangling of reference roots, and healthy branching of the Tree of Life: Víva Biology!
  • Eliezg - mostly marine mammals, particularly pinnipeds.
  • EncycloPetey - bryophytes, pteridophytes, monocots, and some algae and fossil plants (but working more on Wikispecies these days).
  • Esoxid Macroinvertebrates, mostly marine and some freshwater.
  • Faendalimas - Taxonomist specialising in nomenclature, ICZN and focussed on Turtles living and fossil species.
  • FoCuSandLeArN Create TOL stubs
  • Froggydarb - Mostly Australia frogs, other Australian animals and other frogs.
  • Furius Just fleshing out Bovidae animals
  • Gangleri I arrived here because I saw that some Tree of Life articles, categories (maybe also lists) (also from other languages) are not linked to la.Wikipedia. Having Icelandic Sheepdogs I search dog related articles in other Wikipedias and link them together for the dog breeds project.
  • Gaff
  • GerardM Mainly in using information for use in other wikipedia's and for promoting the universal taxobox in stead of an only en:taxobox.
  • Graham Created a template ({{TSN}}) for the common ITIS link, and am trying to apply it where appropriate. (See Springtail for an example.)
  • Hadal Currently focusing on fish but will write about anything with a heartbeat.
  • Hey Jude mostly North American birds.
  • Iorsh Wild flora of Israel. I'm an amateur - most my contributions are stubs with taxobox and a photo.
  • Ingoolemo Currently mammals, will probably end up doing a lot of stuff on various organisms. I try to be as scientific as possible, but the problem is that taxonomy and biology aren't exactly the areas I specialise in.
  • Intelligentsium Most animals, generally vertebrates
  • Invertzoo Primarily gastropods, but also bivalves, chitons, scaphopods, a few cephalopods, and some other invertebrates, aquatic and terrestrial, a little paleontology too.
  • IronChris 18:07, 8 April 2006 (UTC)
  • jaknouse Plants in general, especially ferns; have done some members of non-plant groups when noticeably missing
  • JamesDouch Insects, fungi, and various others
  • Jasonaltenburg Bugs, plants, trees, and photos.
  • Jim mainly birds
  • JoJan : mostly Project:Gastropods; taxoboxes; common names
  • Josh Grosse Mostly though not entirely protists.
  • Jurriaan Mostly reptiles and amphibians
  • Justin Random improvements, sometimes related to integration with iNaturalist.org.
  • Jwinius Snakes, mostly viperids, entire viperine subfamily.
  • KEncyclopediaB Photography of animals, mostly in herpetology references. But, I will try to also put in information on such in the same category.
  • KMLP Algae
  • KnowledgeRequire Working on various subjects in Zoology and Botany; mostly Mammals and Reptiles
  • --KQ (intermittently, when something has been dumbed down enough to be legible to the unwashed masses)
  • Trevor Dykes (I'll try. My main interest is Mesozoic mammals and the like. I do wash, but I'm strictly an amateur.)
  • Kugamazog I'll be mostly under WikiProject Lepidoptera
  • Lepidoptera Primarily class insecta
  • LDan
  • Liopleurodon93 Im interested in palaeontology, I write articles about prehistoric animals and fishes. Major articles that I created Psarolepis.
  • liquidGhoul Mostly Australian frogs, but also any Australian animals/plant and any frog.
  • Macgreco Mainly Brazilian birds and mammals.
  • Magnus Manske
  • M Alan Kazlev - interest in history of life in general. Most familiar with various Paleozoic and Mesozoic amphibians and reptiles, and some invertebrate groups, e.g. Molluscs (especially nautiloids, gastropods, etc). Disclaimer: I'm a lay-writer and armchair enthusiast only.
  • MarcoTolo - Microbes of all shapes and sizes: bacteria, viruses, fungi, etc.
  • Marshman Mostly angiosperms, but some invertebrates groups as well (Annelida, Arthropoda) from my previous life
  • MattDP General editing on natural history, with an emphasis on the taxonomy and study of dinosaurs and extinct arthropods.
  • Maveric149
  • Maverx Trying to help out in phylum chordata specifically Tunicates
  • Merovingian: I'm most interested in Bacteria, Archaea, Fungi, Protista, etc.
  • Miwa Primarily birds, but I'll Wiki-spackle just about anything where necessary.
  • Monk of The Highest Order I'm a bird man... na na na na na na... oh wait? Oh yeah, I just have a boxload of eastern north america bird books, so I'll be... processing the information onto wikipedia. If you know what I mean.
  • MPF Main interest in Pinophyta, also trees and other plants more generally
  • Mr. Lefty Pretty much whatever.
  • Neutrality (hopefully!) (endemic species)
  • Mycota - Where are all the mycologists? As always, the fungi have been ignored. Sigh...
  • Neferkheperre Cirripedia, aka barnacles, fossil and modern. Oysters, also, as they are such great places to find barnacles. I am working on Wikipedia and Wikispecies to get Cirripedia up to a high quality level. I am after making it easier to find synonymy and type locality/type repository data easy to find. It can be a chore.
  • Nessie (talk) 21:07, 4 December 2009 (UTC) Just want to help where I can. I feel sad for some of these neglected species.
  • Nighthawk4211 I'm working mainly on the Orchidaceae.
  • NoahElhardt - Mainly carnivorous plants and California natives.
  • Robert Nash - Mainly insect taxa and phylogenetics
  • Pengo - Red List Categories ("Conservation Status") and the taxobox
  • nixie works on all organisms and viruses too, currently interested in increasing coverage of various plant pests
  • Peter1968 - helping out with Australian flora, mainly rainforest species.
  • PhD Dre - Chronic since 1992.
  • Peter Maas: mainly mammals and extinct species.
  • Phlebas Dinosaurs and fishes, mostly. Oh, and ostracods maybe too.
  • Prashanthns Indian flora and fauna
  • Princess Janay (talk) 21:30, 17 February 2008 (UTC)I already helped out. I created a much-requested biology article on The leaf is affected with Monochaetia fungi, a genus of Amphisphaeriaceae, a family of fungi.
  • Obsidian Soul (talk) 07:10, 21 January 2011 (UTC) - Anything really. Botany, Zoology, Paleontology. Always been fascinated by nature ever since I was a kid, grew up as probably the only fossil collector in my entire island, collected beetles as well and whatnot. Not a specialist or a professional in any of these fields, but have enough knowledge (and enthusiasm) to create/improve articles. I take photos as well as hunt down photos online with appropriate licenses for articles that need them.
  • OldakQuill General, alot of bacteria so far.
  • Omicronpoint General, mostly targeting some "To-Do" tasks in the list.
  • Onco_p53 Mostly bacteria, some algae.
  • Pbsouthwood Marine biota of the Cape Peninsula and False Bay, and anywhere else I have dived.
  • Andy Mabbett, Pigsonthewing - author of 'species' microformat
  • Pstanton I'm just a pre-med undergraduate. Taking Animal Biology this quarter and I think taxonomy is fascinating! I'll help out as I can. --Pstanton (talk) 08:25, 1 February 2009 (UTC)
  • Pierre Abbat
  • Qwertzy2 Taxonomy of higher plants above all, but some small animals (crustaceans, insects or even birds) from time to time as well. No particular specialist knowledge.
  • Ram-Man Mostly for fish, but maybe some plants too.
  • Ravedave I plan on reviewing & helping all life articles that show up on FAC.
  • Richard Barlow - I've been working on moths for a while. Planning to do some butterfly stuff. Probably will dip into virtually anything! (Strictly layman - do NOT call me an entomologist!)
  • Sarefo - mostly spiders, also taxon work (genera pages etc., species lists), range maps.
  • Sabine's Sunbird - Birds, mostly, but I'll contribute to anything I know something about. Seabirds are my speciality.
  • Sambostock intend to standardise mammal pages. work on birds and everything else.
  • SB_Johnny I'm an organic farmer and horticulturist, interested in the practical side of plant articles.
  • Seglea I have some specialist knowledge on birds, rodents and primates (which need a lot of work), but I have ready access to the technical literature and am willing to turn an amateur hand to most taxa.
  • User:Samara levine I am studying sexual selection, sperm competition, and sexual conflict and plan on reviewing entries in order to include these principles.
  • Sheep81 - Dinosaurs, mostly. Perhaps a few other articles here and there.
  • Shinryuu - Pretty much anything there is to do, but especially micro-organisms
  • Shrumster - Ichthyologist by specialty, but I love animal systematics in general.
  • Shyamal - fauna and flora of the Indian subcontinent
  • Singing Badger, the No specialist knowledge but interested in improving stuff especially the prehistoric sections
  • Soo I seem to have become an accidental contributor to this project, but I thought I'd sign myself in anyway.
  • Sharktopus Mostly angiosperms and arthropods, but eager to work on shark-cephalopod hybrids if any appear.
  • SMcCandlish (talk · contribs): Felids, caudata, and system-wide cleanup/consistency
  • Spawn Man 22:48, 9 October 2005 (UTC) Happy to help the tree of life anytime!!
  • Stan Shebs fish, plants, insects, exotics - ideally material only in print previously, gives WP unique online content
  • Stanskis: Classification; Standard lists; Taxonomy in the service of Conservation and other uses. Broad background and dirty hands.
  • Stefan Mostly sharks and fishes. Started WikiProject Sharks
  • Stemonitis: chiefly Crustacea, but also anything else I come across.
  • Stephen Gilbert (interested in working on dinosaurs; I'm also one of the unwashed masses.)
  • Superfo Ducks, primates, marsupials, etc, I'll do whatever I can... I love life!
  • Svartulfr1 Mostly interested in animals, particularly mammals. However, I am interested in all living creatures and will participate where I find the time and the interest.
  • Swid Add/clean up taxoboxes, add scholarly references, clean up/expand articles created about newly-described species.
  • Tannin Mostly birds and mammals, particularly Southern Hemisphere species.
  • TeunSpaans Mostly plants, perhaps occasional insects. Creating interwiki links, adding a hand at expanding some stubs.
  • Theinsomniac4life (talk) 22:18, 13 May 2010 (UTC) Crinoids, and other marine invertebrates, extinct or extant.
  • Tianyi Cai I joined this project to be able to edit entries with a focus on sexual selection, sperm competition and sexual conflict.
  • Tigershrike – a bit of everything, but especially birds.
  • Tkinias I just realized I'd never added my name. I've started WikiProject Fishes.
  • Tnarg Frogs, mostly Australian. However reptiles and other animals as well.
  • TR001 Invasive species
  • Ucucha Taxonomy of mammals, mainly rodents, insectivores marsupials and bats but no carnivores and ungulates.
  • User:Ushakaron Working with Pteridophytes, Lycopodiophytes, and extinct plants.
  • UtherSRG General cleanup. Taxobox creation, formatting, maintenance. Projects Primates and Cephalopods.
  • Valich Phylogeny of Miacids (Miacoidae), Carnivora, some dog articles, "origin of life" topics, other articles as well
  • Visionholder Mostly involved in Primates, with a long-term goal of making all lemur articles GA-class or better. May also contribute to articles on any type of living or extinct creature.
  • Vsion Mostly on mammals.
  • Werothegreat Protists, and higher level classifications.
  • Wikiskimmer Eukaryotes, slime molds, fungi, insects, ants, botany.
  • Willow Non-expert, but eager to help. Avid gardener, some knowledge of microorganisms related to farming and foods.
  • Wloveral Insects, spiders, mites, other inverts, but also bats and palm trees.--Wloveral (talk) 16:40, 20 May 2008 (UTC)
  • WormRunner (earthworms, some other invertebrates and some plants, especially herbs, medicinal plants and Oregon natives.)
  • Yummifruitbat Photos (my own) and content edits to pretty much anything; very slow translation of good articles from German wikipedia