Talk:Leek moth

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Peer review[edit]

Hi, I peer-reviewed this article for Behavioral Ecology. Overall, I did not make any huge changes. Mostly I just corrected small grammatical things and made syntactical adjustments that I thought made the article more readable. Also, I added some internal Wikipedia links to explain concepts, and I had to look up what sacci and ductus bursae were, so I added those definitions to the page and added a source to the reference list. Lauraem7 09:22, 5 October 2017 (UTC)

Overall, I thought this article was really well written! It is well organized and easy to read and follow. I think that overall it has a good amount of information in each section. I did not make any drastic changes. I edited some grammar and syntax as well as some plural/singular edits. I also added a few Wikipedia links and cited information in different sentences. I also think the mating section could be further developed to include some of the details that were referenced earlier about the butterflies' unique genitalia and how that affects mating. Additionally, it might be helpful to expand upon the lifecycle of this butterfly and further organize that section chronologically. ClaudiaEE 23:22, 5 October 2017 (UTC)

Hi, this article is very well written and I agree with the edits made. I made some minor grammar edits throughout and added to the invasive species section by giving some examples of control. I also referenced this information. Keep up the good work! Meganav 20:00, 5 October 2017 (CST)

Article Overhaul[edit]

Hi all,

I'll be making some pretty big changes to this article for a Behavioral Ecology class I'm taking. In particular, I'm working on sections for description, distribution, life cycle, larval host plants, parental care, predators, mating, physiology, and the moth's status as an invasive species. Just wanted to let everyone know so it doesn't come as a surprise.

Cheers, Lilymalcolm (talk) 02:59, 29 September 2017 (UTC)

As the editor who wrote the original one-line stub in 2007, I'm happy you're going to improve the page! There's lots to keep you busy ... Andrew Dalby 13:10, 29 September 2017 (UTC)

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