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Freshwater mollusca page? Draft, here: [1][edit]

Thanks very much for your note and for the kind comments. I do think this is a very good idea. I like very much what you have done with it so far. I have to go out right now for an hour or two, but I very quickly pasted in some images from what I assembled a few months ago at [2]. However you may want other images rather than these ones, whatever seems best. You also might want them as galleries, and you might want each one labelled by its family, not just the genus and species. Talk to you later, very best wishes, Invertzoo (talk)

I just did a bunch more (mostly cosmetic) changes. Invertzoo (talk) 18:17, 27 May 2009 (UTC)

P.S. Here are some comments from another member of WikiProject Gastropods:

Hello, your idea is good. My opinion is like this: There should be pages snail, land snail, marine snail, freshwater snail (freshwater gastropod redirecting to freshwater snail), slug, marine slug. Then there will be easy make wikilinks to them and so on. There can be also article freshwater mollusc, but only with facts that are common to both groups to freshwater snails and to freshwater bivalves. Snek01 (talk) 08:30, 27 May 2009 (UTC)

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Freshwater clams[edit]

Hi Martino. Thanks for the note on my talk page. I have replied there in detail. I found the missing taxonomy links and corrected the 2010 proposed taxonomy of the Bivalvia page accordingly. Nice catch! Are you going to be uploading pictures or info on these clams? Shellnut (talk) 04:44, 3 October 2012 (UTC)

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CP move[edit]

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RfD for Caking and Caking (chemical engineering)[edit]

Hi,

At Wikipedia:Redirects for discussion#Caking I'm suggesting moving Caking (chemical engineering) over Caking, since its current target at Pieing contains no mention of it. (Caking (chemical engineering) would of course become a redirect to the article at Caking, so no internal links would be broken). You may wish to contribute to that discussion. Si Trew (talk) 12:56, 29 November 2014 (UTC)

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