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Kluge[edit]

Hello again. If you go to Kluge REFERENCES [1] and then click on one you will find old classifications . For instance Latreille, 1829 [2] or and Stephens, 1829 [3]. There are all important examples.Notafly (talk) 08:43, 27 January 2013 (UTC)

Thanks a lot, such precious links are always wellcome --Siga (talk) 09:54, 27 January 2013 (UTC)

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Jarekt (talk) 19:40, 7 August 2013 (UTC)

Done that in August --Siga (talk) 15:52, 7 September 2013 (UTC)

Vipera berus / Vipera aspis[edit]

Hi Siga,

I would like to inform you that this snake is more likely a Vipera aspis than a Vipera berus. We can differentiate the two species by the form of the snout. Moreover, basically, Vipera aspis lives in the South of France whereas Vipera berus lives in the North. Good continuation Smile, Goodshort (talk) 09:42, 20 August 2013 (UTC) PS : on this page, you listed this lizard as Zootoca vivipara whereas it is a Lacerta agilis (but the correction has been made two years ago)

Thanks for informing me, I did the corresponding changes SigaFile:Lacerta agilis digging.JPG--Siga (talk) 15:52, 7 September 2013 (UTC)

Gnorimus nobilis[edit]

Hi Siga, Thanks for adding these brilliant photographs. I am writing a small (not for profit) article for a little local magazine called Worcestershire Record (http://www.wbrc.org.uk/WORCRECD/WorcRecd.htm) on Gnorimus nobilis. I would very much like to use your comparative photos of the male and female ends of abdomen and metatibia in this article please. I realise that these photographs are covered under a creative commons licence, but I would very much like to cite your work properly with your name. Please get in touch (search Adam Bates Birmingham University).

Many thanks

Adam


Hello Adam, please sign the photos with Siga, Wikimedia Commons. It's a pleasure to be a help. If you don't forget, inform me here when the article is published. Siga --Siga (talk) 18:12, 26 September 2013 (UTC)

Paranchus albipes photo used on bugguide.net[edit]

see bugguide.net/node/view/890369 thanks for sharing your wonderful images, Siga.

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I use some of your photos[edit]

Hello Siga!

I have use some photos of Acmaeodera pilosellae in my free software educational proyect "Animalandia" (http://animalandia.educa.madrid.org)

You can see directly in the follow links and clic over "Siguiente" ("Next") several times:

http://animalandia.educa.madrid.org/imagen.php?id=38966

If you wish (and I hope yes), you can send me (via fernando.lison@educa.madrid.org) some letters or/and a photo for your "contributor profile" in Animalandia or, if you prefer, I can adapt your profile in xeno-canto:

http://animalandia.educa.madrid.org/autor.php?nombre=Siga

I want show to my students (and so everybody) that Animalandia is make for "real person", and I can tell them about "generosity", "share" and other similar words that we use very few at this time...

This is my "contributor profile" and others, for example:

http://animalandia.educa.madrid.org/autor.php?nombre=Fernando%20Lis%F3n%20Mart%EDn

http://animalandia.educa.madrid.org/autor.php?nombre=Carmen%20Jim%E9nez

http://animalandia.educa.madrid.org/autor.php?nombre=David%20P%E9rez

http://animalandia.educa.madrid.org/autor.php?nombre=Boris%20Loboda

http://animalandia.educa.madrid.org/autor.php?nombre=Steve%20Garvie%20%28Rainbirder%29

In the future, I use more of your registers, I sure!

Thank you for the licence and, of course, for your splendid photos!! Regards! Fernando Lisón --Fernando.lison (talk) 06:06, 10 February 2014 (UTC)

File talk:Evolution insect mouthparts coloured derivate.png[edit]

Hallo Siga, hast du irgendwelche konkreten Nachweise für die Behauptung? Ich würde gerne eine SVG dieser Datei erstellen, womit hattest du damals diese erstellt? Gruß -- Perhelion (talk) 23:26, 25 March 2014 (UTC)

Das ist eine etwas verfahrene Geschichte, jedenfalls ist das Original (Diskussion rechts, von mir aus Commons bezogen), zumindest falsch gefärbt und beschriftet, und meine Verbesserung richtig. Das Original hat als Ziel, vereinfacht die Homologie der einzelnen Mundteile darzustellen, und der Oberlippe entsprechen in (D) eben nur eine Stechborste und nicht, wie im Original, zwei Stechborsten. Wenn du graphisch entsprechende Kenntnisse hast - man müsste den Bildteil D ensprechend dieser Quelle umarbeiten/präzisieren. Im Original (in meiner Bearbeitung beibehalten) sehen die Stechborsten wie ein Hefezopf ineinandergeflochten aus, was natürlich nicht stimmt. Die Farben müssten dann entsprechend den von mir beibehaltenen + zuzüglich eine weitere Farbe für den Hypopharynx gewählt werden.
:Zusammenfassend, das Bild ist in meiner Bearbeitung korrekt, (Beleg siehe obigen Link), aber unpäzise, Schulbuchniveau. Wenn ich mich recht erinnere, müsste auch das Bild (B) präzisiert werden, da ist nicht alles, was blau gezeichnet ist, Unterlippe, sondern der Hypopharynx ist iregenwie auch noch einbezogen, aber da kenn ich mich zu wenig aus. --Siga (talk) 09:49, 26 March 2014 (UTC)

File:Coenagrion puella female.webm[edit]

hab ich mal als Motd/2014-05-30 für die Hauptseite eingetragen. --Pristurus (talk) 10:08, 26 May 2014 (UTC)

Naja, so toll ist es auch wieder nicht, aber wenn sich das Objekt unvorhersagbar bewegt, ist es natürlich auch problematisch eine Serie zu schießen. Jedenfalls nochmals vielen Dank für deine Beiträge, die letztendlich dazu geführt haben, dass ich das Format .webm entdeckt habe, das ist wirklich Welten besser als .ogg --Siga (talk) 10:15, 26 May 2014 (UTC)

I am a sex therapist. Live in Mexico City Thank you very much. I will give a lecture on sexual dysfunction and your photo will serve to explain that for years used to consume this ground beetle as an aphrodisiac, but produced a lot of damage and even death. Thanks again.

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Location?[edit]

Hi Siga - do you have a location for File:Emberiza citrinella bl1.jpg and File:Emberiza citrinella bl2.jpg please? Thanks! - MPF (talk) 11:45, 28 April 2015 (UTC)

Southern Germany, 78549 Spaichingen --Siga (talk) 17:58, 28 April 2015 (UTC)
Danke! - MPF (talk) 21:21, 28 April 2015 (UTC)