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Liobagrus somjinensis[edit]

I see that you removed the Coren Search Bot notice from Liobagrus somjinensis, but I do not see any sign that the issues were addressed. It looks to me like a WP:Close paraphrase. What did you conclude?--S Philbrick(Talk) 13:05, 12 July 2014 (UTC)

It is a technical description mostly based on the original description of the species. It is hard to really rephrase a description like that without turning to original research. Ruigeroeland (talk) 15:55, 12 July 2014 (UTC)

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Ways to improve Heterochorista rostrata[edit]

Hi, I'm Matheweditking. Ruigeroeland, thanks for creating Heterochorista rostrata!

I've just tagged the page, using our page curation tools, as having some issues to fix. Hey why dont u expand this

The tags can be removed by you or another editor once the issues they mention are addressed. If you have questions, you can leave a comment on my talk page. Or, for more editing help, talk to the volunteers at the Teahouse. Matheweditking (talk) 16:26, 24 July 2014 (UTC)

Mocis frugalis[edit]

Hello Ruigeroeland, the image 'Mocis frugalis Noctuidae Erebidae, Catocalinae.jpg' is about a Mocis frugalis (see also filename) and is also shown in the article Mocis frugalis. I removed that picture from the taxobox about another species; the Mocis proverai. You restored that picture there. Please explain. - Robotje (talk) 11:10, 25 July 2014 (UTC)

Hi, you are absolutely right, but as the article explains: both species are exactley the same in appearance and the two are only identifiable by microscopic research. Hence: the picture can also be used for the proverai article. I did add an image caption to explain the other species is figured. I hope that makes sense. Ruigeroeland (talk) 11:13, 25 July 2014 (UTC)
After adding that extra text it's OK with me. - Robotje (talk) 11:47, 25 July 2014 (UTC)

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{{Lepidoptera}}[edit]

Hi, just today I have seen that you removed the above template from all of the Lepidoptera related articles. I would like to know the purpose behind it because it does exist in various articles on mammals. Like for example, majority of bats and shrews have them: Gobi big brown bat and Etruscan shrew, and I followed their example. Or project Lepidoptera is different in that regard? If so, why were there {{Lepidoptera}}, {{Coleoptera}} being developed long before I began using them???--Mishae (talk) 16:57, 3 August 2014 (UTC)

The examples you mention have a template linking to related species, while the Lepidoptera template links to the families. The template was made to browse between families, not from species to families. Ruigeroeland (talk) 18:45, 3 August 2014 (UTC)
Here what was my idea behind it: see, user who doesn't want to read about the families, can click on that template which will transfer him to which ever sub family he/she wants. So, which template can I use if any? Because project mammals uses them and they definitely were developed for a reason (otherwise they would have been nominated for deletion). As far as you saying goes: The template was made to browse between families, not from species to families. Hmm, isn't that what Gobi big brown bat look like? Like, its a species which is linked to subfamily and with Etruscan shrew its species that are linked to families through order template. Same thing with Bearded seal and Wild boars they are also species with order templates. So, my Lepidoptera and Coleoptera templates are orders as well, not families.--Mishae (talk) 22:33, 3 August 2014 (UTC)
There is a difference, the mammal templates list all species within the orders, families and genera, while the Lepidoptera template only lists the families, not the species. Listing the Lepidoptera template is not wrong, but it is not that useful in my opinion. For example: it would be the same as listing a template about the countries of Africa under a village in Nigeria. Ruigeroeland (talk) 06:49, 4 August 2014 (UTC)
So there is no template to use when it comes to Lepidoptera? Thanks for explanation.--Mishae (talk) 22:38, 4 August 2014 (UTC)
Not really. You made templates for the species within a genus some time ago, that would be a better solution. However: Since taxanomy of insects changes so much, it would be hard to keep these up to date. I think it would be wise not to add templates to species articles. There is enough other work to do besides making and adding these templates. Cheers! Ruigeroeland (talk) 06:48, 5 August 2014 (UTC)

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Crambus perdentellus[edit]

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Fixed, thanks! Ruigeroeland (talk) 06:56, 14 August 2014 (UTC)

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Hello again![edit]

Hello! Figured I'd let you know that I intend to do some serious background/clean-up related work on Lepidoptera-related articles again, albeit in-depth enough that it's probably going to stretch over a few months. (Might do some content work too, if I feel up for it, but not as structurized as I intend to do the gnomish stuff).

I've made myself a "nice" checklist of stuff to check while combing through every article in the Lepidopterology category (in other words, everything in Category:Lepidoptera + a few hundred lepidopterists), but I figured that as you're basically the nr. 1 guy when it comes to Lepidoptera-related work here, you could perhaps look through it and see if there are any obvious things I've forgotten to list there, especially because if so, I'd rather find out now, when I only have a dozen articles to back-track through, rather than later on, when that's a few hundred to over a thousand. User:AddWittyNameHere/Lepidoptera_to-do_list is where the list can be found, by the way. Have a nice day, AddWittyNameHere (talk) 00:56, 18 August 2014 (UTC)

Wow! That is very much work you are getting yourself into. You might add to do the list: Add category 'Moths described in xxxx' (add year) or (if it is a butterfly), 'Insects described in xxxx' if these categories are missing. Furthermore, I think you pretty much covered it all...! Ruigeroeland (talk) 06:34, 18 August 2014 (UTC)
Yeah, it's a shitload (pardon my French) of work, but it needs to be done anyway, and if I'm going to do it, may as well do it well and structured, rather than the an-article-here-and-and-article-there-in-between-vandal-fighting approach I've been using so far. Will note that specific point down (I do believe I have a general "check categories"-point in it, but those are exactly the kind of categories I'd have overlooked. Speaking of categories, the Lepidoptera categorization structure really should be cleaned up sometime. No good reason for the category "Lists of moths and butterflies of the United States" to be present in all of the following trees:
  • Butterflies and moths by region=>Lists of butterflies by location;
  • Butterflies and moths by region=>Lists of moths by location;
  • Butterflies and moths by region=>Butterflies and moths of North America;
    • Butterflies and moths by region=>Butterflies and moths of North America=>Butterflies of the United States;
  • Butterflies=>Butterflies by country=>Butterflies of the United States;
  • Lepidoptera by country=>Butterflies by country=>Butterflies of the United States;
  • Lists of Lepidoptera=>Lists of butterflies=>Lists of butterflies by location;
  • Lists of Lepidoptera=>Lists of moths=>Lists of moths by location;
  • Moths=>Lists of moths=>Lists of moths by location.

One of the more spurious examples, sure, but it does show how messy the category structure is, eh? Some specific articles are even worse, from top of my head. Oh well, let's start with multi-month (ironically almost mistyped that as multi-moth) project #1 before thinking about projects #2 and #3. AddWittyNameHere (talk) 06:58, 18 August 2014 (UTC)

Yeah, the categories are a mess. I usually only add the taxonomy cat (family, subfamily, tribe or genus) and the year cat myself, but others have added various others over time, and all use other formats. Ruigeroeland (talk) 07:02, 18 August 2014 (UTC)

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Crambidae coverage.[edit]

Greetings, Ruigeroeland! I'm just notifying you now, so you don't panic ;) when you see the latest crambid pages; I've made them ahead of time for the next week and a few days. I plan to take a wikibreak through until the second week of September, but I didn't want things to fall behind. There should be plenty of time to get them taken care of. :) See you soon! When they said, 'Please be still'... (talk) 04:01, 30 August 2014 (UTC)

Notification: Greetings, Ruigeroeland! Just so you know, I got a little ahead of myself making the crambid pages just now. Not to worry; we can consider it "stocking up" for a couple of days, and I'll get back to them when you're finished with this batch. Cheers! :) And was never more heard of at Rimini. (talk) 18:56, 21 September 2014 (UTC)

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Your sources[edit]

Hi there. I've removed large sections of two of your most recent edits, to Drosophantis and Elachista ciliigera. I looked at the references cited, and they didn't support what you had added. Did I miss something, or are you making this stuff up? Thanks. Magnolia677 (talk) 00:30, 22 September 2014 (UTC)

The source DOES contain that info, but you have to look up the genus in the database. It is not possible to link to the page containing the info.Ruigeroeland (talk) 07:47, 22 September 2014 (UTC)
I did look it up. It wasn't there. Magnolia677 (talk) 09:53, 22 September 2014 (UTC)
Regarding Drosophantis: the synonyms list type locality: Ceylon [Sri Lanka] and type locality: China, Taiwan, so that accounts for those two. You are right, I did not add a ref for Australia, so I did now. Regarding Elachista ciliigera: I now provided a ref for the state record. You are right mothphotographersgroup did not contain the info I listed. However: I did not use the ref for the distribution, but placed it after the authority, so I was not technically claiming the info came from there. I hope you are satisfied that I am not 'making stuff up'. You are right that I did not properly reference everything though. Ruigeroeland (talk) 10:03, 22 September 2014 (UTC)
Thanks a lot. Take care. Magnolia677 (talk) 00:05, 23 September 2014 (UTC)

Circoxena ditrocha[edit]

Sorry, just realised that I wasn't paying attention and accidentally (and anonymously) undid your revert of my edit, which is terribly rude. To explain my reasoning for using the URL I am, though, it's because the hdl.handle.net permalink is *the* guaranteed permanent link, and is listed as such on the document's record page. Any other link can change if the domain name changes (which has happened in the past and can't be ruled out in the future) but the handle.net link will stay the same - it's akin to a DOI. --Zeborah (talk) 23:21, 23 September 2014 (UTC)

Xylinades[edit]

Hi :Ruigeroeland Would you put a note on the talk page of this article [1] (Ettore) No copyright on species lists surely All th best Notafly (talk) 20:52, 24 September 2014 (UTC)

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Adalbert Seitz[edit]

Hi Ruigeroeland If you are looking for info on Palearctic moths look here. You can download the pdf if you login.You don't have to take out a subscription. No rain here in Ireland during September. How about you? Notafly (talk) 13:16, 29 September 2014 (UTC) Forget this It is imcomplete but avalable at Biodiversity Heritage Library Die Großschmetterlinge der Erde, Verlag Alfred Kernen, Stuttgart Band 2 Die Großschmetterlinge des palaearktischen Faunengebietes, Die palaearktischen Spinner und Schwärmer, 1912–1913 in English translation

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congratulations for Pim[edit]

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Dutch Nappy Changers Guilt Honorary Medal 2014

for Ruigeroland for winning the Dutch Nappy changing contest 2014

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(I read it on Wilhemina's talk page.... ) My congratulations User:Tonton Bernardo

Haha, thanks, I need some more practice before receiving a medal though..! :) Ruigeroeland (talk) 07:42, 11 October 2014 (UTC)
just dont worry

dont worry, before the end of the year you will merrit it !

Please give my regards & congratulations to your wife also. User:Tonton Bernardo

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Synonymy[edit]

Hi Ruigeroeland, I saw you created this page. In the very first version of it, a complete synonymy is already present, without mentioning any source for it (none of the three references cited provides information on synonymy). It's been 4 years and a day since you created the page but can you remember where you got the synonymy from. I'd like to use that information to clarify some confusion about the names Atteva pustulella, Atteva punctella (not a valid name), Caloptilia elongella and Caloptilia punctella (the latter being a synonym) on the Dutch Wikipedia. Cheers,  Wikiklaas  07:51, 5 November 2014 (UTC)

Hallo Wikiklaas, voor deze familie zou ik de online database raadplegen, zie: [2]. Voor deze soort staat de informative op deze pagina: [3]. Groet! Ruigeroeland (talk) 08:13, 5 November 2014 (UTC)
Ah, dat is uitstekend! Ik wist niet dat er ook een soort van AfroMoths voor Gracillariidae was. Ik maak meteen een bookmark. Dank!  Wikiklaas  08:30, 5 November 2014 (UTC)

Taxobox species names[edit]

Hi. I see you've created a phenomenal number of pages, and they're generally excellent, but you seem to be cutting and pasting from a template that has a serious problem - in the taxoboxes, you are not italicizing the species names in the second line of the taxobox, which creates the header - e.g., "| name = Acleris abietana" instead of "| name = Acleris abietana". If you could please fix your template so future pages you create have the names properly italicized, that would be much appreciated. Dyanega (talk) 01:26, 6 November 2014 (UTC)

Sure thing, will do that! Ruigeroeland (talk) 15:47, 6 November 2014 (UTC)

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Eublemma dichroma --redirect--> Tegostoma bipartalis[edit]

Ruigeroeland -- Do you know why this apparent Erebid/former Noctuid moth species is set to redirect to that Crambid moth species? It looks like an unlikely synonymy, but I'm having no luck finding a good source about either species (searching in English). Treichar (talk) 18:06, 24 November 2014 (UTC)

It is listed as such at Afro Moths, see [4]. Although not common, I have seen such misplacements in families before.. Afro Moths is normally quite good, so I would trust it in this case. Ruigeroeland (talk) 18:42, 24 November 2014 (UTC)

Rollback on Autocharis egenula[edit]

Sorry about that. An accident while I was using a mobile device. William Avery (talk) 08:47, 27 November 2014 (UTC)

No problem, happens to the best of us..! Cheers Ruigeroeland (talk) 08:47, 27 November 2014 (UTC)

Indochina[edit]

Added this Butterflies Indochina] and on the Seitz Fauna Americana commons pages added fuller info and a "read text" section so that the all important authority names can be checked and other info garnered See for eg Plate 171 Best regards. Strangely warm in Ireland. Robert Notafly (talk) 20:04, 29 November 2014 (UTC)

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Greetings, Ruigeroeland! I've been giving this some thought, for a little while now; perhaps when you're listing the synonyms of the moth species during expansion of the articles, you could leave the redirecting of the names to me? That might free your workload up a bit, and I could contribute a little more to the project. Thoughts? Heading for the 20's, living in the Wild Wild Wikipedia! (talk) 00:12, 10 December 2014 (UTC)

Hi Wilhelmina, we could try that, but not sure if that would make much difference. There are not that many most of the time and I can redirect them in a short amount of time. There might be other ways to help out some more but these would take more time when you are creating the articles. One thing you could consider doing is not redirecting species in monotypic genera, but really adding the species to the page like I do now. There might be other things you could do.. I will think about it! Cheers

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ref.links Afromoths[edit]

Hello Ruigeroeland

I'm not sure if you noticed it before: the page URL of the afromoths pages changes every few months (at every update). Genus pages do not seem to change the "number" (or less often) There seems to be a new feature with a permanent link. Sample: the pages of Omiodes niphoessa (Ghesquière, 1942) that you edited yesterday has two links, one with the number (that seems to change) http://www.afromoths.net/species/show/12967 and on the same page you find a button permanent link that redirects : http://www.afromoths.net/species_by_code/OMIONIPH

Quite easy to use that one. Just "right button click" + "copy link". I'll use that "permanent link" in the future, hopefully it will stay valid for a longer time.

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Ah, great! I will use that from now on! Ruigeroeland (talk) 12:58, 24 January 2015 (UTC)

Orchid pages[edit]

Hello Ruigeroeland,

Thank you very much for patrolling the orchid pages I wrote. You inspire me to keep going!

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No problem, you make excellent articles! Keep it up! Ruigeroeland (talk) 16:13, 29 January 2015 (UTC)

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I have been editing in Lepidoptera for a number of years but have just come across all of the contributions that you have been making with your photographs. You are amazing! But I would like to know is if you have been able to insert your photographs into all of the Lepidoptera articles that they would apply to. I guess what I'm asking is if you need any assistance in getting these photos into the articles. In addition, the notes that you make with your photographs probably would be better appreciated and referenced if they were in the body of the articles. Is there a way I can help you with this?

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Hi there, and thanks for your kind message. However, these are not my photographs at all, I only uploaded photo's I found with the appropriate licence to wikimedia commons and added them to the proper articles on wikipedia. Regarding notes: I dont think we can use them in the body of the article text, since we can only add referenced information..! Cheers! Ruigeroeland (talk) 07:12, 9 February 2015 (UTC)

Greetings![edit]

Greetings, Ruigeroeland! I hope you're feeling better after that flu. So, ready for more moths yet? :) Grinding, grinding, grinding... what are we finding, finding, finding... (talk) 07:18, 8 February 2015 (UTC)

Hi Wilhelmina, certainly, and thanks for asking! I have been better for some days already, but was not aware you were waiting for me..! :) Bring 'm on! If you could try to limit the number of new ones to about 40-50 a day, I would appreciate it.. Cheers! Ruigeroeland (talk) 07:13, 9 February 2015 (UTC)
Sure thing! :) Grinding, grinding, grinding... what are we finding, finding, finding... (talk) 12:19, 9 February 2015 (UTC)

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Happy Valentine's Day, to you and yours! Cheers, Grinding, grinding, grinding... what are we finding, finding, finding... (talk) 22:29, 14 February 2015 (UTC)

Synonyms[edit]

Hi! Nice work on the moths. I removed your cite to BOLD on Prenesta scyllalis since the text there is copied from our article. Can you give me a pointer to your source for synonomy? All the best: Rich Farmbrough16:32, 18 February 2015 (UTC).

Thanks. For this family, I use [5] as a primary source for synonyms. It is not perfect, but close. Ruigeroeland (talk) 09:27, 19 February 2015 (UTC)

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Moth found in place.[edit]

Though the plural confusion and persistently passive voice makes the grammar part of my brain burn (who keeps finding this moth?), I'll concede defeat, because the thought of edit warring over, or even agreeably fixing, 50,000 articles for consistency makes every part of my brain burn. And I see this bad habit extends far beyond the moth part of Wikipedia. No chance.

Aside from that relatively minor point, thanks and congratulations for your proliferance! InedibleHulk (talk) 15:03, April 2, 2015 (UTC)

Haha, well: I am not a native speaker and started out using: 'it is known from'. This phrase is used in scientific literature, so it should be okay, but other users did not agree with that. I then changed it to: 'it is found in', which they suggested at the time. You could choose to say 'inhabits' or something similar, but 'lives in' doesn't feel right to me when talking about a species as a whole (instead of an individual). I don't understand the plural confusion though. It refers to species, which is not plural (at least not in my language). Ruigeroeland (talk) 17:23, 2 April 2015 (UTC)
Yeah, "species" is singular to me, too. But it describes a category, which is found in/known from intangible discussion and filing systems. The name represents many individual physical moths, which live somewhere, regardless of whether some outsider spots them.
So the first two sentences are fine, clearly about the classification. Then we talk about the moths themselves, but "it" implies we're still talking about the taxonomic notion. That's found everywhere zoologists have agreed to stick with Latin (i.e., everywhere).
Not a huge deal, though. There are far worse problems on Wikipedia, which wouldn't require 50,000 identical solutions. I'll worry about (some of) those instead. For all the effort you've put into the Lepidoptera part of town, you've earned authority here. I just stumbled in by hitting "Random article".
Keep up the good work! InedibleHulk (talk) 19:48, April 2, 2015 (UTC)
actually I prefer also it is known from

mostly because most species are not yet well researched and some territories; countries, etc. not at all ! So, somehow, if i write: it is found in Easter Islands - its got something of "definitely" . When writing it's known from Easter Islands' its more like: who knows, where else it will be found in the future ! cheers User:Tonton Bernardo


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More Seitz[edit]

Greetings Ruigeroeland I uploaded more of Fauna Indoaustralica here. Moths to follow but first I will complete Fauna Africana. Cold spring in Ireland.Any better for you All the best Robert aka Notafly (talk) 17:50, 15 April 2015 (UTC)

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Coccidiphila[edit]

Hello Ruigoeland, you added: *Coccidiphila silvatica (Meyrick, 1917) (Inda, Kumaon) in 2012 to this genus. [6]

I still find it in other databases under " Batrachedra, ex:funet or: Lepindex, updated 04/2011

Maybe you have another reason, I'll leave it to you - to move or to leave where it is. Regards Tonton I'm so tired (talk) 17:46, 23 May 2015 (UTC)

Not sure, I will investigate later..! Thanks for letting me know. Ruigeroeland (talk) 14:29, 24 May 2015 (UTC)

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Goat moth[edit]

Redirects you created:

We also have:

Google search seems to favor Cossus cossus. Wbm1058 (talk) 16:39, 13 June 2015 (UTC)

Thanks, fixed! Ruigeroeland (talk) 07:07, 14 June 2015 (UTC)

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Copy and Paste Concerns[edit]

Please be careful and paraphrase. For example, copying the technical description from manuals is a copyvio. It appears lots of your work is similar. I would hate for someone to revert all your hard work. Add a minute or two to paraphrase. Wiki has a stricter copyvio policy than most academics are used to. --Lucas559 (talk) 19:52, 20 June 2015 (UTC)

If I do, it is always PD-OLD though... So I would think, since the source is out of copyright, there are no such concerns? Ruigeroeland (talk) 18:00, 21 June 2015 (UTC)

Stern Review[edit]

Hi! FYI I've just blocked User:Yeah learned English yeah as an obvious sock, and deleted another 5 butterfly stubs. I'll let you report at SPI if you think it's necessary. Best,  —SMALLJIM  11:01, 24 June 2015 (UTC)

No need if you handled it. Thanks for the swift action. I hadn't even noticed them yet..! Ruigeroeland (talk) 11:03, 24 June 2015 (UTC)
When I spot them, I'll carry on disposing of them quietly then, but will let you know if anything out of the ordinary happens - OK?  —SMALLJIM  12:10, 24 June 2015 (UTC)
Great! Saves me the time of having to report them at SPI. Cheers and thanks Ruigeroeland (talk) 12:14, 24 June 2015 (UTC)

On a related note, the last several times you've opened a new SPI under this farm, you've done so with the single word WP:DUCK, and each time, the reviewing admin (Vanjagenije) has asked for more information. Maybe you need to start filing fuller SPIs. To be fair, it should be obvious to anyone familiar with the case, but Vanja closes a lot of SPIs and may not be able to remember the details of each of the farms. WikiDan61ChatMe!ReadMe!! 11:29, 29 June 2015 (UTC)

Hi, I understand what you are saying, but to be honest, I like to spend my time doing actual productive work on Wikipedia. Since this guy is so persistent and the same cases come up on a daily basis (although he has had a break of several months), I was hoping that they can be solved by investing a minimum amount of time. I haven't really looked into the requirements to raise an SPI case, but was hoping this minimal info would be enough. If not, would you be able to provide me with a copy and paste template to report this guy? That would help me a lot....! Ruigeroeland (talk) 11:36, 29 June 2015 (UTC)
WikiDan61 is right. Please, when you open the case next time, include a short explanation of the case, because I can't really remember every case by name, there are thousands. You don't have to cite diffs, especially when edits are deleted, but at least explain the similarity between the sock and the master. You should not wait for me to ask for more information, you should include more information as soon as you open the case. If you do not have time to report the sockpuppet, you don't have to, editing Wikipedia is voluntary. But, I am also a volunteer like you, so don't expect me to spend more time at the case just because you don't want to spend more time. Vanjagenije (talk) 11:39, 29 June 2015 (UTC)
Will do Vanjagenije and WikiDan61. I was not aware of the amount of sockpuppets active on Wikipedia, so was under the impression that this case would be known by most of you active in battling them. Sorry for the inconvenience..! Ruigeroeland (talk) 11:43, 29 June 2015 (UTC)

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Thanks! Chmjasper (talk) 05:06, 3 July 2015 (UTC)

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LepIndex refs[edit]

Hi,

Because you are editing on an industrial scale, I'd like to suggest that your citations to the LepIndex be more precise. Otherwise I wouldn't trouble.

That is (for example): http://www.nhm.ac.uk/research-curation/research/projects/lepindex/search/detail.dsml?TaxonNo=103369.0

instead of: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/research-curation/research/projects/lepindex/search/index.dsml

Advantages include easier navigation to the information, and perhaps quality control on your extensive (and appreciated) work, for example Neofaculta_taigana, which I was unable to find in LepIndex.

This should be a fairly easy copy-and-paste for you as you look up the species in LepIndex.

Ggpauly (talk) 16:41, 7 July 2015 (UTC)

Hi Ggpauly, thanks for your message, and I will do that in future. I started to add this ref to articles, because another user used it in her template for article creation of moth species and I thought it would be a good thing to standardize the new articles. However, I see the trouble you are referring to. Cheers! Ruigeroeland (talk) 06:25, 8 July 2015 (UTC)

Voliba leptomorpha[edit]

There appears to be a typo or a missing noun in this article and I can't decide which. "There is a basal fascia, expanded on the costa and a with a transverse straight linear fascia". Looks like your edit. Hope you can help. --LilHelpa (talk) 20:50, 1 September 2015 (UTC)

Can send two articles by Bidzilya[edit]

Hi, I can send you full text pdfs of:

  • Bidzilya, O.V. 2015: Armatophallus gen. n., a new genus of gelechiid moths (Lepidoptera, Gelechiidae) from the Afrotropical and Oriental regions. Zootaxa, 3981 (3): 413-429. Preview (PDF)
  • Li, H.-H. & O. Bidzilya, 2008: A review of the genus Ehystris Meyrick, 1908 from China, with descriptions of two new species (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae). Zootaxa 1733: 45-56 Abstract: [8].

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New York[edit]

Is this vandalism? Art LaPella (talk) 18:59, 5 November 2015 (UTC)

Yep, reverted. Thanks! Ruigeroeland (talk) 11:34, 6 November 2015 (UTC)

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About moths[edit]

Hi. I noticed that you have created many pages of moths around the world. It is pleasure, if you can update the article List of moths of Sri Lanka as well. Thank you.. Gihan Jayaweera (talk) 17 November 2015 (UTC)

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Dabasa[edit]

I think Dabasa is no longer in use. The species listed here are all now in Meandrusa some as subspecies (see Wikispecieshere) I think the Dabasa page is best deleted or redirected. I can fix this myself but clumsily. Will you take a look please? Warm regards Robert aka Notafly (talk) 21:22, 28 December 2015 (UTC)

Will have to take a closer look at this one. Thanks for letting me know! Ruigeroeland (talk) 07:55, 29 December 2015 (UTC)
Redirected or moved all species pages and the genus page to the current valid name (although I am not 100% sure about the status of a few of the subspecies, which are listed as species in other sources). Anyway: it is a lot better than it was before anyway. Thanks again! Ruigeroeland (talk) 15:52, 29 December 2015 (UTC)

Thanks should be to you. Best regards Notafly (talk) 13:50, 30 December 2015 (UTC) Subspecies is a taxon for those who can't decide? Like subgenus and species group its one we have to live with though.

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Argynnis nerippe[edit]

Hi R I made a spelling error when I moved Argynnis nerippe from Fabriciana ( error was Agynnis nerippe). Not sure how to correct this.Will you please? Best regards Notafly (talk) 17:08, 14 January 2016 (UTC)

Euthalia alpheda[edit]

Greetings Ruigeroeland Will you add the synonyms to this page (I will watch and copy what you do in future) . And anything else. Best regards Notafly (talk) 13:18, 27 January 2016 (UTC)

Will do: I have a list of your recently created pages I still need to add synonyms to. Will get to them soon! :) Ruigeroeland (talk) 13:20, 27 January 2016 (UTC)
Many thanks Notafly (talk) 15:19, 28 January 2016 (UTC)

Spinning?[edit]

Hi, at Kessleria insubrica and Kessleria caflischiella I deleted what I thought was an error, the phrase "They live in a spinning", as I couldn't find a definition of spinning that fit in context. Then I saw the word used again at Kessleria albescens where it was more clearly deliberate. Since spinning seems to be a word, I'd like to add it back to the first two articles with an explanatory gloss. So my question is: What's a spinning? Thanks,  SchreiberBike | ⌨  03:07, 26 February 2016 (UTC)

A spinning is something like the web of a spider. It is a shelter spun with silk by the larva. Nice work on all the articles by the way, keep it up! Ruigeroeland (talk) 08:13, 26 February 2016 (UTC)

Subspecies articles[edit]

Hello. I have reverted your edit on Sinopieris dubernardi bromkampi in which you removed all content and created a redirect with no consensus. It looks as if you're an experienced editor, so I would have thought you would have at least mentioned your intentions on the talk page to see if there was any objection. Clearly I have one. Before moving into Lepidoptera articles, I conferred with a very trusted Wikipedian, User:Plantdrew. I asked him if there were differences between animal and plant pages, as I had primarily worked on plant species, and he told me about them. When I asked about subspecies pages he said so long as there is sufficient coverage they are okay. I cited reliable sources, followed format guidelines, and created a beneficial article which you deleted solely because you deemed it 'unnecessary.' I have undone your changes and ask that in the future you ask before changing things like that. Sincerely, Fritzmann2002 14:01, 14 March 2016 (UTC)

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Question about notability[edit]

Been a while, but I've been getting back into editing Lepidoptera-related articles. Was wondering, do you figure Joop H. Kuchlein is notable enough for an article on en.wiki? I know he's quite notable within the Dutch "microvlinders" circles, but it can be hard to judge how notable he is outside that. Plus, the academics notability guidelines don't really seem to be particularly well-adapted to folks like entomologists, phytopathologists, etc. Can make it pretty hard to judge, sometimes.
Plus, in this case I'm going to be really careful, because I know/knew him somewhat. (Mostly through my father, and haven't had contact with him for nearly half a decade, but I've typed out some of his handwritten stuff for Stichting Tinea mid-2011. Not exactly a major COI, but it's still close enough to the subject that it doesn't hurt taking care. If you figure he's notable enough, I would really appreciate you looking over my article if/when I write it) AddWittyNameHere (talk) 18:21, 1 April 2016 (UTC)

I don't know him, but I am not that knowledgeable about Lepidoptera, other than on wikipedia (in other words: I dont study them myself and dont attend meetings or meet entomologists in real life. If he has described a species, or contributed to the knowledge (life cycle, host plants, etc.) that would make him notable enough for an article I think. Just make sure you provide enough refs and mention some of his publications. Ruigeroeland (talk) 19:19, 2 April 2016 (UTC)
Ah, yes. I don't attend meetings, nor have I specialized in it, but well...there aren't many professional Dutch lepidopterists, almost all of them do it as hobby and have a different day-job, and my father is/was pretty active in those circles. (Now that I think of it, he might even be borderline notable enough himself...not that I have any intention of effectively outing myself or touching a subject that close to me with a ten-foot pole) As a result, I've picked up some knowledge here and there and know a bunch of them by name and face.
As to Kuchlein, sounds like he'd be well into notable enough, then. Not sure if he described any wholly new species, but he definitely described/discovered a lot of species as new for the Netherlands or new for the Benelux, and contributed a fair bit of other knowledge about them. He's pretty widely cited for a modern-day lepidopterist. (Then again, as he's the (co-)author of De kleine vlinders: handboek voor de faunistiek van de nederlandse microlepidoptera (Kuchlein & Donner, 1993), Geannoteerde naamlijst van de Nederlandse vlinders. Annotated Checklist of the Dutch Lepidoptera (Kuchlein & de Vos, 1999) and Identification Keys to the Microlepidoptera of the Netherlands (Kuchlein & Bot, 2010), which are three of the major sources on Dutch Lepidoptera (and to some degree, those Lepidoptera outside the Netherlands--I've found him cited by Korean lepidopterists), that really doesn't surprise me—and that's just as far as his books go. He also runs Stichting Tinea/kleinevlinders.nl, has who-knows how many articles in both the Dutch entomological/lepidoptera-related journals and in the international journals, etc.) AddWittyNameHere (talk) 20:38, 2 April 2016 (UTC)

Oh, and another question about Lepidoptera, though not notability—I'm making another pass at cleaning up the large number of lepidopterists whose names include diacritics, yet are frequently listed on pages without said diacritics. While doing so, I came across a couple of species that are listed as Denis & Schiffermüller 1775 (with the various bracket-options, of course) on the Lists of Lepidoptera of [Country] or on the genus page, but that are listed solely as Schiffermüller 1775 (with bracket-options, of course) on the relevant species-articles, or the other way around. Any clue which should be corrected, the lists or the articles? (Couple of examples include List of Lepidoptera of Albania vs Satyrium spini, Chersotis cuprea vs Chersotis, List of Lepidoptera of Albania vs Spaelotis ravida) AddWittyNameHere (talk) 00:57, 2 April 2016 (UTC)

I think it should be Denis & Schiffermüller, although Schiffermüller might have described some on his own? Ruigeroeland (talk) 19:19, 2 April 2016 (UTC)
Might be, but probably not when it's accompanied by the year 1775, since that's the year Denis & Schiffermüller published Systematisches Verzeichniß der Schmetterlinge der Wienergegend herausgegeben von einigen Lehrern am k. k. Theresianum. Going to correct them to Denis & Schiffermüller, then, at least if accompanied by 1775. AddWittyNameHere (talk) 20:38, 2 April 2016 (UTC)

Witty has questions...again[edit]

Was wondering if there's a reason why most Australian Lepidoptera are lounging in the Category:Lepidoptera of Australia rather than its subcats Moths of Australia and Butterflies of Australia? I suspect no, or at least no more than that no one so far has yet bothered putting them in the proper subcats (there's maybe a handful that should prob. remain where they are), but I figured I'd verify before recategorizing some 600 articles. The other question was what to do in regards to the Insects/Moths described in [year] categories (why isn't there a butterflies-specific category for most years, anyway? Oh well, probably just 'no one bothered yet', I guess?) in cases where a. the year is in square brackets or b. there is a range of years given in the brackets. Year-specific category for the first anyway, century-specific category for the second? (Or first year of the range given for the second? Last year?) (Oh, and so I don't have to keep asking you every darn question where I figure consensus or something approaching it is a good idea while dealing with a near-dead wikiproject, are there any other projectmembers who are genuinely active within the project at the moment, so I can at least occasionally give you a break from my endless questions by rambling on someone else's talkpage?) AddWittyNameHere (talk) 18:58, 4 April 2016 (UTC)

About the Australian cat: I usually dont use country/region cats myself, but some users decided to add them (which is perfectly fine off course). However, someone typically starts categorising articles, but quits halfway down the road. Furthermore, some users add to the parent cat, while others use the sub-cats, etc. In other words: it is a bit of a mess. About the 'described in year' cat: Yeah.. came across that problem too. Didn't bother to think it through too much though, since it isn't that important. I think first year of the range would be okay? There is no subcat for 'year described in' for butterflies as of yet. Probably because there are fewer butterfly articles. Someone decided to make the subcats for moths because these articles were overpopulating the 'insects described in' cats. You are more than welcome to make subcats for butterflies if you want. If you do, I will use them in future.

Regarding active members: the only effectively active member at this moment in Wilhelmina Will. There are others who come back to the project from time to time though, such as Notafly and Tonton Bernardo. Cheers! Ruigeroeland (talk) 12:10, 5 April 2016 (UTC)

Yes, the whole categorization of Lepidoptera is a mess to put it mildly. There's indeed traces of what's probably a good half-dozen attempts at structuring stuff that were then merged into the existing structure, from what I can tell. Perhaps I'll get around to sorting all of that out at some point, but for now I'll focus on the smaller-and-practical stuff—stuff that can be fixed with a day or two of hard work, anyway—like moving the moths from the parent cat Lepidoptera of Australia to its subcat Moths of Australia. Moth genera in Monotypic Lepidoptera genera to Monotypic moth genera, bottom-level cat-work like that. That's stuff where it harms none and doesn't mess up a thing if I end up quitting halfway through, and when the bottom-level categories are properly dealt with, dealing with the higher-level stuff will be easier anyway in most cases, or at the least not any more difficult in the other cases. (Any bottom/near-bottom (as in, contains only a single subcat...a monotypic category, really :P) level categories that frustrate you to no end? If so, I'll see about giving them a slightly higher priority in my list of the Ten-Thousand-Fixes Wikiproject:Lepidoptera is in need of. XD
As to "in year" cat: alright, let's keep it easy. :) Not very important indeed, first year of a range will work as well as anything else. May make subcats for butterflies, but definitely not a priority. First cleaning out the mess and not-properly-subcatted stuff lingering in basically every category in our rather crooked categorization tree. After that I can see if there's even enough butterfly articles to bother doing so with.
Ah, so basically the same as before my 9-month break...and before the 6-month break before that. Oh well, on the positive side, we must have something like the lowest average of edit-wars per article per year across all Wikiprojects what with the sheer number of articles involved and the sheer lack of project members. :P
Cheers, AddWittyNameHere (talk) 17:05, 5 April 2016 (UTC)

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I dont know either, but thanks for adding a personal thanks..! :) Ruigeroeland (talk) 12:23, 27 April 2016 (UTC)

LepIndex[edit]

Hello again. :) I noticed that when you reference the NHM's LepIndex, you usually use the full url given by the site (or at least you did in 2015, as it's mostly those edits I'm currently coming across). Those are ridiculously long, though (5-7 lines, usually) and can usually be shortened a fair bit, like I did on Compsoctena intermediella. Figured I'd give you a heads-up. If you already started using the shorter forms yourself, 'pologies for dumping yet another message on your talkpage. AddWittyNameHere (talk) 20:10, 26 April 2016 (UTC)

No worries, and thanks. Will do that too when I need to use LepIndex as a ref! Ruigeroeland (talk) 12:23, 27 April 2016 (UTC)
You're welcome! Same goes, to a slightly lesser degree, to the other NHM moth-related site-sections (Butterflies and Moths of the World, HOSTS - a Database of the World's Lepidopteran Hostplants). Generally, it's just a matter of checking what part is the first filled parameter in the last part, because it can be safely cut off after that—though if that one's a numerical value and there's another filled parameter just after using an actual name, description or such, I sometimes preserve that one for clarity's sake as well. You could even edit out all blank parameters prior to the first filled, too, but I don't always bother if they don't take up huge amounts of space. AddWittyNameHere (talk) 17:29, 3 May 2016 (UTC)

Overlinking[edit]

Hi, thanks for your botanical articles. Please note that country-names are not normally linked. Tony (talk) 07:55, 27 April 2016 (UTC)

Reverting on Anerastiini[edit]

Howdy, I noticed you reverted my edits to Anerastiini. I am assuming because other articles don't have this data, which is fine, you seem to be the expert between the two of us on bugs and their articles, however, I don't know for certain if this is the reason you reverted the edit because you gave no edit summary. I put a good deal of time and effort into that list, so i would like to know why you objected to it. An edit summary is extremely useful to other editors because it lets us know what you objected to about our edit so we can improve ourselves in the future, or start a good old fashioned wiki argument about why we think content should be included. What fun I say! StarHOG (talk) 14:40, 3 May 2016 (UTC)

Sorry for my quick and dirty revert. It is just that the information you added is already included in the taxobox and there is no need to re-duplicate it in the main body of the text. Furthermore, as you stated, the 10.000s of other articles on moths don't have this info in the main text, and I think it would be better to stick to the current format, since adding this info to all those articles would be a monumental task. Ruigeroeland (talk) 14:51, 3 May 2016 (UTC)
As I suspected on both accounts. Thanks for the explanation. BTW I checked out some of your articles and you do good work. Cheers. StarHOG (talk) 14:54, 3 May 2016 (UTC)
Thanks! And sorry again for the quick revert. It is just that my watch lists of articles is pretty long (since I created quite some species pages) and there is a lot of reverting to do (there is quite some vandalism on Wikipedia) and I don't always take the time to explain reverts of good-faith edits, which I know I should do.. :) Ruigeroeland (talk) 14:57, 3 May 2016 (UTC)

I hate to break it to you, but...[edit]

... I thought I should just inform you by word, so you don't go into shock: I intended to get the remaining Depressariidae species filled in, but it turns out there were many more than I remembered after the last batch. Needless to say, you might be kind of booked for the next two or three months. Not to worry though; I have no problem waiting by during that time, except as by your direction. Herein dwells the greatest dictionary ever composed! (talk) 05:07, 8 May 2016 (UTC)

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Stygoides and Stygioides[edit]

Sorry to bug you again. I've got enough knowledge to notice that something looks wrong, but I don't have the background or access to resources to figure out the solution. I've seen you doing consistent quality work in Lepidoptera so I'm coming to you. The genus article Stygoides includes some moths of the genus Stygioides. I'm not sure if this is a synonym or a separate but similarly spelled genus. The species articles under that genus article use a mix of those names. I'm hoping you could take a look at the situation and resolve the confusion.

If you've got any suggestions or questions for me, I'd be happy to learn. Thanks,  SchreiberBike | ⌨  21:25, 6 July 2016 (UTC)

Hi there, good work noticing the error! It should have the extra 'i'. I fixed it on the genus page and the species pages. Good find! Ruigeroeland (talk) 06:42, 7 July 2016 (UTC)

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