A little creation of mine....
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free, open source operating system Ubuntu and enjoys its freedom and lack of viruses.
This user prefers brewing coffee with an
Alternative accounts [ edit ]
I've made some edits from the IPs:
188.8.131.52 (, talk · contribs · WHOIS) 184.108.40.206 (, talk · contribs · WHOIS) 220.127.116.11 (, talk · contribs · WHOIS) 18.104.22.168 ( and talk · contribs · WHOIS) 22.214.171.124 ( but won't be making any substantial additions using these accounts. Before I knew about talk · contribs · WHOIS) WP:V and WP:RS I made an edit from 126.96.36.199 (, which I think was my first ever edit. talk · contribs · WHOIS)
One day I found out about
WP:NEWT which seemed a good idea at the time. I made User:Organismluvva and created some stubs which were waiting in my to do list. I didn't think it would cause so many problems...
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Irvingia Alsomitra - would be nice to expand. Treculia Partial root zone drying Duboscia User:Smartse/Saudi Star User:Smartse/amerhiphop Pandanus Wikipedia:WikiProject Plants/Popular pages - rate the rest Jacaranda copaia  Stygiomedusa gigantea Thalassobathia pelagica  Limits to Growth (30yr paper) Nebela collaris Symbion pandora Cuscuta reflexa Isoetes andicola (syn. Stylites andicola) BCI leaf pics more pics Hybanthus prunifolis Trichilia tuberculata Theoretical production ecology seaweed farming Poikilohydry Cameraria ohridella Eophyllophyton Tree - add evolution Kapok = big tree Quercus robur - no mention of inability to regenerate in shade trehalose Alseis blackiana Liana Root - mention competition! Nymphaeales Aechmea magdalenae - shade tolerant and CAM  pinitol Shewanella oneidensis Drought rhizogenesis Moisture stress Physiological plant disorders fungal siderophores Evolution of plants#Stomata Pyrenoid root exudate Leptocybe invasa User:Smartse/anthropocentric tritrophic interaction (now Cladosporium resinae ) Hormoconis resinae Jean Spencer  coronatine User:Ohconfucius/List_of_Leningradartist_articles diagram for Weber–Fechner law User:Smartse/Hobbs Cacoxenus indagator jwh - HC leaf blight Guignardia aesculi pyocin crayola katyid Biolizer XN Bob Chandler (scientist) Forrest Hill (scientist) - founders of CGIAR (a mess)
Rendering svgs WP:BUNCH 3RR reporting tool Google Books citation tool by User:Apoc2400 (via User:Tijfo098)
2 and a half year old vandalism! 1 year favourite argument at AfD more than civil
The Defender of the Wiki Barnstar
This Defender of the Wiki Barnstar is for Smartse who has been a voice of reason and an excellent judge of character in regards to a sticky situation involving the
42 Entertainment article. Without your help and guidance, the article would continue to be vandalized and full of PR speak. I thank you ever so much. Argguy ( talk) 01:57, 20 May 2009 (UTC)
For contributing consistently excellent articles on plants and their biology.
Rockpock e 09:37, 9 August 2010 (UTC) t
has been identified as an User:Smartse , Awesome Wikipedian
and therefore, I've officially declared today as Smartse's day!
For being such a beautiful person and great Wikipedian,
enjoy being the Star of the day, dear Smartse!
R l e v se
00:51, 10 August 2010 (UTC)
A record of your Day will always be kept here.
The Original Barnstar
Thanks for all your help with the
Did you know... Graham Colm ( talk) 13:19, 8 December 2010 (UTC)
Just wanted to say thanks for everything -
Valued Contributor Award
You have been identified as a valued contributor and your efforts are appreciated. We are honored to present you with the
and we thank you for donating your time, expertise and effort to Wikipedia. Keep up the good work. Thanks. ( Valued Contributor Award more details) ( Hydroxonium ) 12:04, 30 January 2011 (UTC)
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What a Brilliant Idea Barnstar
In grateful appreciation for your brilliance in finding a solution to the
WP:LINKROT problem that has plagued Wikipedia for years, I hereby award the "What a Brilliant Idea!" Barnstar to SmartSE. The man-hours and cost you saved the Wikimedia Foundation is inestimable. Thank you so very much for contributing to this project. I sincerely appreciate all that you do and can't thank you enough. - Hydroxonium ( talk} 23:16, 7 February 2011 (UTC)
The 25 31 DYK Creation and Expansion Medal
A bit late. ;) And thanks for guiding me through the DYK process once upon a time. --
O BSIDIAN † 02:59, 19 March 2012 (UTC) S OUL
The Random Acts of Kindness Barnstar
Big thanks for helping us out with a few pointers for our educational assignment - much appriciated!
spamoom ( talk) 15:13, 19 March 2012 (UTC)
DYK creations and expansions
... that beta males of Paracerceis sculpta mimic females and gamma males mimic juveniles allowing them to mate without the alpha males realising? 2.
... that is able to squirt Acanthoplus discoidalis haemolymph up to 30 centimetres (11.8 in) when attacked by predators? 3.
... that the is able to bite 20% harder than other Wrinkle-faced Bat bats of a similar size allowing it to eat a wider range of fruits? 4.
... that the White-throated Round-eared Bat creates roosts inside the nests of the termite, ? Nasutitermes corniger 5.
... that somebody jumped 8 feet 6 inches (2.59 m) high on a pogo stick at this year? Pogopalooza 6.
... that the termite uses Globitermes sulphureus autothysis, a form of suicidal altruism, to entangle intruder ants in a sticky substance? 7.
... that if a tree falls on seedlings of the its stilt roots allow it to re-root in a different location? Walking Palm 8.
... that the chemist discovered the structure of many Basil Weedon carotenoids including astaxanthin, rubixanthin and canthaxanthin? 9.
... that in a scientific paper, Equasy, compared the risk of taking the drug David Nutt ecstasy with the risk of horse riding? 10.
... that the Suicide Tree flowers only once before dying and falling over, creating a small gap for its seedlings to grow in? 11.
... that was originally explored for Xikuangshan mine tin but now is the largest antimony mine in the world? 12.
... that during his career collected 6400 Herman Phaff strains of yeast creating a collection containing 400 of the 700 identified species of yeast? 13.
... that found that eight-year-old British children could identify 80% of Andrew Balmford Pokémon characters but only 50% of common species of British wildlife? 14.
... that , which causes Erysiphe alphitoides powdery mildew on oak trees, is one of the most common diseases in European forests today, but may have originated in the tropics? 15.
... that was the first identified systemin plant peptide hormone and helps protect tomato plants against damage from herbivorous insects? 16.
... that the was considered Ascension Island parsley fern extinct until four plants were recently discovered on Ascension Island? 17.
... that the species can be used as Simarouba timber, for producing edible oils and to treat dysentery? 18.
... that were the first commercially available tomatoes genetically modified food? 19.
... that Parachartergus apicalis (pictured) will attack if they try to tend their Camponotus atriceps treehoppers? 20.
... that makes the longest known Darwin's bark spider spider web, spanning distances of up to 25 metres (82 ft), using the toughest known biomaterial, that is ten times as tough as Kevlar? 21.
... that have killer shrimp invaded Western Europe and could soon invade North America? 22.
... that then-unknown singer Estelle featured on 's debut album in 2001? DJ Skitz 23.
... that the seeds of are more likely to germinate once they have been eaten by monkeys? Simarouba amara 24.
... that is the first ant discovered that harvests and feeds on Euprenolepis procera mushrooms (pictured)? 25.
... that Julian Assange 's lawyer, , was called the patron solicitor of lost causes? Mark Stephens 26.
... that the snail feeds on Pittieria aurantiaca honeydew produced by the lantern bug Enchophora sanguinea (pictured), the first recorded trophobiotic interaction between a gastropod and an insect? 27.
... that the fruits of are one of the preferred foods of the Ficus yoponensis Mantled Howler Monkey and contain more vitamin C than any other possible foods? 28.
... that although the is native to the tropics, it can survive temperatures as low as −7 °C (19 °F)? graceful fern 29.
... that the was one of the subjects of long strap fern pteridomania? 30.
... that water-filled holes in the trunk of are an important habitat for the larvae of Platypodium elegans giant damselflies? 31.
... that found hundreds of mite species that live on army ants, including one that acts as an extension to the foot whilst sucking blood? Carl Rettenmeyer 32.
... that causes Streptomyces scabies common scab on potatoes? 33.
... that so-called , a class of bath salts designer drug that became popular in the last decade, often contain mephedrone, which was first synthesised in the 1920s? 34.
... that was the first person to identify genetic Redcliffe N. Salaman resistance to late blight in wild potatoes?