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Gall Adelgid[edit]

Hey, nice article! If this is the only thing you ever contribute to Wikipedia, you will have done more than 99.99% of us. Your photos are excellent, too, very clear. Great job! \ Fnarf999 \ talk \ contribs \ 16:00, 7 June 2006 (UTC)

I'm not sure, but shouldn 't the article be moved to "Gall adelgid", no cap on the second word? \ Fnarf999 \ talk \ contribs \ 16:01, 7 June 2006 (UTC)


Hey Fnarf999, i think you're right about the capital. This article started because i wasn't sure what these things were are started searching the internet for info. There is no article on conifer aphids either. I have considered doing a large writing on Quadrupole Ion traps, my area of research in undergrad, but i've always liked bio myself.

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