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latin names explained by images
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Posted on 26-11-2010 21:55

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so, I putted this together.
It is a devellopment stage so it loads a cuple of secs.

Comments especialy on logic of extensions, and all other bugs and missinformation are welcome.

Please make comments at the bottom, as that need allso to be tested. Smile

Hope you find this useful.
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Stephen R
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Posted on 27-11-2010 12:35
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I just got a blank page. I'll try again later.

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Posted on 27-11-2010 16:51

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Sorry to all, some bad spider came in , blocked all my traffic, meanwhile, I managed to introduce error on that page. Now it should work.
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Posted on 27-11-2010 20:27

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figured out that extensions column is pretty pointless, so now it searches for all images that has word containing 'base word' in it.

so it finds for base word 'brevi' = short:
Bitylenchus brevilineatus
Anochetus brevis
Brevicornu arcticum

I guess this is the best logic there is, or not ?
Edited by BubikolRamios on 27-11-2010 20:31
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Posted on 27-11-2010 21:06
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Looks good.

You are not always consistent when giving the root and 'extension': for example azureus, caeruleus, not azurus, caerulus. (Perhaps you should give the whole masculine form followed by thr alternative endings, eg. 'caeruleus, -a -um'.)

Alphabetical order might be useful if the list gets any longer. I like the links to relevant species.


EDIT: I hadn't seen your latest post when I wrote this. I think your solution is a good one.
Edited by Stephen R on 27-11-2010 21:09
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