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Peter Clausen

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  1. Once we get the rules and template-outline done, the care sheets will be up for editing. I think we're almost there. This is a public thread. For that who don't know, Agent A and Jamurjfr have volunteered as care sheet section moderators.
  2. I'm with many of you with respect to using a categories-based template. It's nice to see a strong start on the caresheets so quickly, but we are getting a little disorganized with it already. Templates provide many benefits. They provide the contributor to the post with a set list of information that they must know before posting. If they can't fill out every section of the template, they probably shouldn't be contributing. A related point is that only people who have actually raised that particular mantis species through at least one generation (Adults, oothecae, nymphs) should be contributin
  3. And there, see? You said it in much less than half as many words!
  4. You can request to add content to an existing, locked caresheet thread. The significance of the addition may affect whether we merge your comment into the original, community caresheet (w/o credit) or allow you to post in the thread (retaining credit as author...and increasing your post count by 1 ). This is an evolving concept. Another possibility is that we just have a single community caresheet for each species and the names of contributors would be listed at the top or bottom. In this case, the original sheet creator would be the only person whose name is next to the title of the post (an
  5. The site is back up and running at http://bugsincyberspace.com

    1. mantisloverguy6000


      new site looks AWESOME!!! thanx for doin so much for the hobby :)

  6. Transferring BugsInCyberspace.com to a new hosting company. It currently resides at http://petmantis.com while I work on it.

  7. I've had issues with my hosting company off and on for about ten years. Staying is frustrating, but changing is costly in both time and money. The guy that can find/fix the problem is, unfortunately, in CA at the moment.

  8. Thank you, "likebugs"! I really enjoyed making them. Please check out my YouTube video page at: http://www.youtube.com/user/bugsincyberspace

  9. I took this photo today and thought it was interesting to see all the veination in the shield. Idolomantis diabolica the Devil's Flower
  10. LOL...4 months later I notice it...Thanks Joossa!

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