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Hello the page you created Artocarpus treculianus has been deleted the trss used in the article is according to the description an example of Treculia africana the African breadfruit native to Southern Africa. Artocarpus treculianus although belonging to the same tribe, Artocarpeae, is of a different genus i.e. Artocarpus, and is endemic to the Phillipines. Unfortunatly we have no media on Commons of Artocarpus treculianus, and the gallery you created would by that count be empty and therefore speedy deletable.
If we were to receive media of the Artocarpus treculianus, then of course the gallery can be recreated. If their has been an misidentification of the file and the tree shown is in fact a Artocarpus treculianus and not aTreculia africana please let me know, and I'll do my best to work out what it is and to amend the description if needed.KTo288 (talk) 09:39, 15 May 2010 (UTC)
Hi User:220.127.116.11 ( why don't you consider signing up for an account, you seem to be doing some great work, and it would great to credit it to you, signing up for a user name is pretty easy and painless.)
Thanks for creating the article Mengkudu, as you can no doubt see it has now been redirected to Morinda citrifolia, the scientific name for the species. Usually for this kind of gallery the scientifc name is prefered as the main name for the gallery, although its okay to create pages with the vernacular, popular names (which there can be very many) as a redirect to the main gallery, and make a note of the vernacular name in the main page. Have a look at Breadfruit/Artocarpus altilis for an example of what I mean. The images in your Mengkudu gallery which did not also appear in the existing gallery I have taken the liberty of adding. Again thank for your contribution and consider registering for an accountKTo288 (talk) 10:23, 15 May 2010 (UTC)
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