User talk:AjAldous

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ClockworkTroll 16:12, 7 Nov 2004 (UTC)

Single photon emission computed tomography[edit]

Hi! I have read the article with the heading written above and have been wondering whether SPECT and PET are specific cases of computed axial tomography. Can you clarify this in the articles or on my talk page? Thanks.

I also would invite you to vote whether to move "computed axial tomography" to "computed tomography". The voting is taking place here. Happy wiki-ing! --Eleassar777 13:12, 1 Jun 2005 (UTC)


If you missed it somehow: Technetium is currently the featured article on the Main Page. --Eleassar777 07:15, 2 Jun 2005 (UTC)


Updated DYK query Did you know? has been updated. A fact from the article Common Milkweed, which you recently created, has been featured in that section on the Main Page. If you know of another interesting fact from a recently-created article, then please suggest it on the "Did you know?" talk page.


If you don't know the authority for a species, you can use {{Taxobox section binomial simple}}. This allows articles without an authority to be found and fixed. Gdr 14:38:32, 2005-08-09 (UTC)


Hey, about your articles... Do you know how to redirect? like with scientific names, just create the article and type #REDIRECT [[Insert text]] (or just click the #R icon above the edit box). Say the common name is blah, and the scientific name is Labla blah, you create a Labla blah article, type #REDIRECT [[blah]], and save. Then typing "Labla blah" automatically takes to to the blah article.

As for listing species, it would be a good idea to link ALL the scientific names (not just the articles that already exist) instead of the common name (it just looks better, since not all species have common names), and common names can be confusing. It's easier if you link the scientific names. And don't link both of them, as that would be redundant. Thanks! --TheAlphaWolf 01:10, 9 April 2006 (UTC)[reply]

Developing the Brimstone page[edit]

Hi, AJ

You had established and are the sole contributor to wikipage Brimstone (butterfly). This butterfly is also an important butterfly of the Indian Himalayas. We have a List of Butterflies of India (Pieridae) as part of the Wikiproject for Indian butterflies under Wikipedia: WikiProject Arthropods. We have one image and some information to add, but that would require us to convert the format to a structured field guide type of format. Your text would be merged into ours. We would also move the page to Gonepteryx rhamni. While IMHO that this is a positive development, I want your prior concurrence since you were there before us.

Do see some pages of our work - Red Pierrot Talicada nyseus is a good example of what we want the average article to look like. As far as a 'good' articles go, we would like to bring things to the standard of Plain Tiger Danaus chrysippus and Common Mormon Papilio polytes.

Please drop me a yes/no line on my talk page. If you agree and like what we do to this page, perhaps we can cooperate with other pages.

Best wishes, AshLin 15:24, 21 April 2006 (UTC)[reply]

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