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Authority: Carlos Augusto Chamarelli (PK) | Piter Kehoma Boll (Keo) | Rafael Silva do Nascimento (RSN)

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42: The answer to life, the universe and everything (i.e., consciousness)
A 120-years-old Legend
A brief history of the kingdoms of life
A chameleonic treefrog
A tree is more than just a tree
Acoelomorpha: A Phylogenetic Headache
An extinct frog that is still living
Antidepressants in wastewater are unbalancing food webs
Badass bacteria are thriving in your washing machine
– Badass females are unpopular among praying mantids
Becoming a stepfater to get laid: the unusual alloparental care in a small carpenter bee
Biological fight: kites, mites, quite bright plights
Biological fight: the case of artificial stimuli in behavior research
Biological fight: Should we bring mammoths back?
Cat-handedness: can cats be left- or right-handed?
Caught in the act: Insext sex preserved in amber
Darwin’s Planaria elegans: hidden, extinct or misidentified?
– Does Retallack suffer from Williamson’s syndrome? The land-dwelling Ediacara controversy
Don’t let the web bugs bite
Elephants don’t have fun painting
Endosperm: the pivot of the sexual conflict in flowering plants
Exotic species: Are they always a trouble?
Flickr, a paradise of photographs of unknown species
– Furia infernalis, a legendary parasite
Gender Conflict: Who’s the man in the relationship?
Going a long way with your mouth open to new tastes
Greek Gods as genus names
Green turtles mistake plastic debris for dead squids, eat them, and die
Hagfish: Another Phylogenetic Headache
Half male, half female: the amazing gynandromorph animals
Having few females turns male tortoises into rapists
Having more females makes you gayer… if you are a beetle
Heroes and Whores, a sexual selection syndrome
High temperatures affect the judgement of zebra finches and of humans studying them
– Horrible Dinosaur Expos: Via Brasil
How do new species form?
How are little flatworms colored? A Geoplana vaginuloides analysis
Hundreds of lionfish were released in the Atlantic out of pity
If you like flowers, you should love insects
In Response to JP4’s “no feathers” statement
Instead of toxic chemicals, use helping plants to get rid of crop pests
Land snails on islands: fascinating diversity, worrying vulnerability
Loneliness made me female: more on the hermaphrodite’s dilemma
Looking like lichens: leaves disguised as tree trunks to avoid being eaten
Love thy neighbor’s son: why do some animals care for the young of others?
Male dragonflies are not as violent as thought
Male resistance: when females disappear and hermaphrodites don’t like you
– Obama invades Europe: “Yes, we can!”
Old Italian trees: a step toward worldwide recognition?
Once found and then forgotten: the not so bright side of Taxonomy
One more delusional williamsonist: Peter Duesberg and his theory of AIDS conspiracy
One more species joins the Husband-Killers Club
Open Access Journals: Let’s Help Them To Get Visible
Paleontology, biology and human life in face of 3D Printing
Planarian: a living vessel built by unicellular organisms?
Playful Womb: Baby sharks swim inside their moms
Pooping to evolve: how feces allowed us to exist
– Review: Dinosaur Art – The World’s Greatest Paleoart
Review: The Paleoart of Julius Csotonyi
Send in the Chickenosaurus! or: Why I do trust Jack Horner
Shaking dinosaur hips and messing with their heads
Species in Progress: Upper- and lowe-class butterflies don’t get along
Some thoughts: pigeons, sparrows and buses
The bat folk songs: cultural evolution in our winged relatives
The Beauty Hidden in a Grassfield
The blacker the better… especially in Chernobyl
The coolest species names
The Dying Melody: Habitat fragmentation is killing the songs of our birds
– The Dos and Dont’s of the Aspiring Paleoartist – part 1
– The Dos and Dont’s of the Aspiring Paleoartist – part 2
The fabulous taxonomic adventure of the genus Geoplana
The hammerhead flatworms: once a mess, now even messier
The history of Systematics: Brisson’s system
The history of Systematics: Animals in Systema Naturae, 1758 (Part 1)
The history of Systematics: Animals in Systema Naturae, 1758 (Part 2)
The history of Systematics: Animals in Systema Naturae, 1758 (Part 3)
The history of Systematics: Animals in Systema Naturae, 1758 (Part 4)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (Part 1)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (Part 2)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (Part 3)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (Part 4)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (Part 5)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (part 6)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (part 7)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (Part 8)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (Part 9)
The history of Systematics: Systema Naturae from 1758 to 1767–1770
The lack of taxonomists and its consequences on ecology
The Macaw of Dominica
The natural-unnatural fallacy: let’s stop with this bullshit
The New Guinea Flatworm visits France – a menace
The polyglot bee
The story of the dwarf rhea
The Stiff-Tailed Dinosaur Syndrome
The tegu lizard and the origin of warm-blooded animals
The warmer the dangerouser, at least if you are a caterpillar
The World Beyond Your Trash Bag
They only care if you are cute: how charisma harms biodiversity
Think of the worms, not only of the whales, or: how a planarian saved an ecosystem
Tospovirus and thrips: an alliance that terrifies plants
Tunnel of Time #1: Evolution – The Game of Intelligent Life
Unkown whereabouts: the lack of biogeographical references of species
What is behavior? Baby don’t ask me, don’t ask me, no more
What on Earth is Leimacopsis terricola? A flatworm mystery
What’s a species 1: Horizontal species concepts
What’s a species 2: Vertical species concepts
– Where did milk come from? The mysterious origin of lactation in mammals
Who came first? The comb or the sponge?
Why everybody laughs at Wickramasinghe and should continue to do so
Why everybody laughs at Williamson, Lynn Margulis’ “best friend”
Why I Don’t Trust Jack Horner 1: The Holes in the Old Triceratops Idea
Why I Don’t Trust Jack Horner 2: Why the King deserves his crown
– Why thymine instead of uracil?
– Xenoturbella, a growing group of weirdoes
You know nothing, humans! A planarian genome challenges our understanding of how life works
Your mother loves you more when she loves your father… if you are a fish
– Zika virus and the negligence towards health research in poor countries

Authority

Carlos Augusto Chamarelli (PK)

Horrible Dinosaur Expos: Via Brasil
In Response to JP4’s “no feathers” statement
Paleontology, biology and human life in face of 3D Printing
Review: Dinosaur Art – The World’s Greatest Paleoart
Review: The Paleoart of Julius Csotonyi
Send in the Chickenosaurus! or: Why I do trust Jack Horner
– The Dos and Dont’s of the Aspiring Paleoartist – part 1
The Dos and Dont’s of the Aspiring Paleoartist – part 2
The Stiff-Tailed Dinosaur Syndrome
Tunnel of Time #1: Evolution – The Game of Intelligent Life
Why I Don’t Trust Jack Horner 1: The Holes in the Old Triceratops Idea
Why I Don’t Trust Jack Horner 2: Why the King deserves his crown

Piter Kehoma Boll (Keo)

42: The answer to life, the universe and everything (i.e., consciousness)
A brief history of the kingdoms of life
A chameleonic treefrog
A tree is more than just a tree
– Acoelomorpha: A Phylogenetic Headache
An extinct frog that is still living
Antidepressants in wastewater are unbalancing food webs
Badass bacteria are thriving in your washing machine
Badass females are unpopular among praying mantids
Becoming a stepfater to get laid: the unusual alloparental care in a small carpenter bee
Biological fight: kites, mites, quite bright plights
Biological fight: the case of artificial stimuli in behavior research
Biological fight: Should we bring mammoths back?
Cat-handedness: can cats be left- or right-handed?
Caught in the act: Insext sex preserved in amber
Darwin’s Planaria elegans: hidden, extinct or misidentified?
Does Retallack suffer from Williamson’s syndrome? The land-dwelling Ediacara controversy.
Don’t let the web bugs bite
Elephants don’t have fun painting
Endosperm: the pivot of the sexual conflict in flowering plants
Exotic species: Are they always a trouble?
Flickr, a paradise of photographs of unknown species
– Furia infernalis, a legendary parasite
Gender Conflict: Who’s the man in the relationship?
Going a long way with your mouth open to new tastes
Greek Gods as genus names
Green turtles mistake plastic debris for dead squids, eat them, and die
Hagfish: Another Phylogenetic Headache
Half male, half female: the amazing gynandromorph animals
Having few females turns male tortoises into rapists
Having more females makes you gayer… if you are a beetle
Heroes and Whores, a sexual selection syndrome
High temperatures affect the judgement of zebra finches and of humans studying them
How are little flatworms colored? A Geoplana vaginuloides analysis
How do new species form?
Hundreds of lionfish were released in the Atlantic out of pity
If you like flowers, you should love insects
Instead of toxic chemicals, use helping plants to get rid of crop pests
Land snails on islands: fascinating diversity, worrying vulnerability
Loneliness made me female: more on the hermaphrodite’s dilemma
Looking like lichens: leaves disguised as tree trunks to avoid being eaten
Love thy neighbor’s son: why do some animals care for the young of others?
Male dragonflies are not as violent as thought
Male resistance: when females disappear and hermaphrodites don’t like you
– Obama invades Europe: “Yes, we can!”
Old Italian trees: a step toward worldwide recognition?
Once found and then forgotten: the not so bright side of Taxonomy
– One more delusional williamsonist: Peter Duesberg and his theory of AIDS conspiracy
One more species joins the Husband-Killers Club
– Open Access Journals: Let’s Help Them To Get Visible
Planarian: a living vessel built by unicellular organisms?
Playful Womb: Baby sharks swim inside their moms
Pooping to evolve: how feces allowed us to exist
Shaking dinosaur hips and messing with their heads
Species in Progress: Upper- and lowe-class butterflies don’t get along
The bat folk songs: cultural evolution in our winged relatives
The Beauty Hidden in a Grassfield
The blacker the better… especially in Chernobyl
The coolest species names
The Dying Melody: Habitat fragmentation is killing the songs of our birds
The fabulous taxonomic adventure of the genus Geoplana
The hammerhead flatworms: once a mess, now even messier
The history of Systematics: Brisson’s system
The history of Systematics: Animals in Systema Naturae, 1758 (part 1)
The history of Systematics: Animals in Systema Naturae, 1758 (part 2)
The history of Systematics: Animals in Systema Naturae, 1758 (part 3)
The history of Systematics: Animals in Systema Naturae, 1758 (part 4)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (part 1)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (part 2)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (part 3)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (part 4)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (part 5)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (part 6)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (part 7)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (Part 8)
The history of Systematics: Plants in Systema Naturae, 1758 (Part 9)
The history of Systematics: Systema Naturae from 1758 to 1767–1770
The lack of taxonomists and its consequences on ecology
The natural-unnatural fallacy: let’s stop with this bullshit
The warmer the dangerouser, at least if you are a caterpillar
The New Guinea Flatworm visits France – a menace
The polyglot bee
The tegu lizard and the origin of warm-blooded animals
The World Beyond Your Trash Bag
They only care if you are cute: how charisma harms biodiversity
Think of the worms, not only of the whales, or: how a planarian saved an ecosystem
Tospovirus and thrips: an alliance that terrifies plants
– Unkown whereabouts: the lack of biogeographical references of species
– What is behavior? Baby don’t ask me, don’t ask me, no more
What on Earth is Leimacopsis terricola? A flatworm mystery
What’s a species 1: Horizontal species concepts
What’s a species 2: Vertical species concepts
Where did milk come from? The mysterious origin of lactation in mammals
Who came first? The comb or the sponge?
Why everybody laughs at Wickramasinghe and should continue to do so
Why everybody laughs at Williamson, Lynn Margulis’ “best friend”
– Why thymine instead of uracil?
– Xenoturbella, a growing group of weirdoes
You can help biological research from home
You know nothing, humans! A planarian genome challenges our understanding of how life works
Your mother loves you more when she loves your father… if you are a fish
– Zika virus and the negligence towards health research in poor countries

Rafael Silva do Nascimento (RSN)

A 120-years-old Legend
Some thoughts: pigeons, sparrows and buses
The Macaw of Dominica
The story of the dwarf rhea

Bulletins 

#1 (January 2012)
#2 (February 2012)
#3 (March 2012)
#4 (April 2012)
– #5 (May 2012)
#6 (June 2012)
#7 (July 2012)
– #8 (August 2012)
#9 (September 2012)
– #10 (October 2012)
– #11 (November 2012)
#12 (December 2012)
– #13 (January 2013)
 #14 (February 2013)
#15 (March 2013)
#16 (April 2013)
– #17 (May 2013)

Friday Fellow

Abundant Yellow-Striped Flatworm (Luteostriata abundans)
Alder Root Bacterium (Frankia alni)
American Cockroach (Periplaneta americana)
Amphibian Chytrid Fungus (Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis)
Asian Pigeonwing (Clitoria ternata)
Baker’s Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae)
Bathroom Moth Midge (Clogmia albipunctata)
B. coli (Balantidium coli)
Beggar’s Tick (Bidens pilosa)
Black Bread Mold (Rhizopus stolonifer)
Bleeding Tooth Fungus (Hydnellum peckii)
Blue Coral (Heliopora coerulea)
Blue Whale (Balaenoptera musculus)
Bobbit Worm (Eunice aphroditois)
Bootlace Worm (Lineus longissimus)
Branching Vase Sponge (Callyspongia vaginalis)
Brandy Fungus (Baudoinia compniacensis)
Brazilian Dutchman’s Pipe (Aristolochia gigantea)
Brown-gutted Mud Roundworm (Monhystera stagnalis)
Brown Mussel (Perna perna)
Brown Spot of Maize (Physoderma maydis)
Bt (Bacillus thuringiensis)
Bubble Globigerina (Globigerina bulloides)
Bullet Ant (Paraponera clavata)
C. elegans (Caenorhabditis elegans)
Chinese Banyan (Ficus microcarpa)
Chinese Banyan Wasp (Eupristina verticillata)
Chinese Caterpillar Fungus (Ophiocordyceps sinensis)
Chinese Magnolia Vine (Schisandra chinensis)
Christmas Wreath Lichen (Cryptothecia rubrocincta)
Club-like Tuning Fork (Calocera cornea)
Common Giardia (Giardia lamblia)
Common Goose Barnacle (Lepas anserifera)
Common Grainlouse (Liposcelis bostrichophila)
Common Lampshell (Terebratalia transversa)
Common Latticed Sponge (Clathrina clathrus)
Common Peanut Worm (Sipunculus nudus)
Common Pelomyxa (Pelomyxa palustris)
Common Stinkhorn (Phallus impudicus)
Common Stonewort (Chara vulgaris)
Common Water Bear (Milnesium tardigradum)
Conan the Bacterium (Deinococcus radiodurans)
Contractile Gentle-Scaled Centrohelid (Raphidiophrys contractilis)
Corpse Flower (Rafflesia arnoldi)
Cosmopolitan Springtail (Entomobrya nivalis)
Cramer’s Eighty Eight (Diaethria clymena)
Crawling Spider Alga (Chlorarachnion reptans)
Crescent Cup Liverwort (Lunularia cruciata)
Crystalline Crestfoot (Lophopus crystallinus)
Cuban Laurel Thrips (Gynaikothrips ficorum)
Cuban-Laurel-Thrips Mite (Adactylidium gynaikothripsi)
Cute Bee Fly (Anastoechus nitidulus)
Darwin’s Orchid (Angraecum sesquipedale)
Dead Man’s Rope (Chorda filum)
Deathstalker (Leiurus quinquestriatus)
Deep-Sea Marr (Marrus orthocanna)
Divergent Dinobryon (Dinobryon divergens)
Downy Mildew (Bremia lactucae)
Duckweed Chain Flatworm (Catenula lemnae)
Ehux (Emiliania huxleyi)
Elegant Claudea (Claudea elegans)
Elegant Sunburst Lichen (Xanthoria elegans)
Field Hornwort (Anthoceros agrestis)
Flat-leaved Scalewort (Radula complanata)
Floating Crystalwort (Riccia fluitans)
Flounder Glugea (Glugea stephani)
Galapagos Giant Centipede (Scolopendra galapagoensis)
Giant Amoeba (Chaos carolinense)
Giant Clam (Tridachna gigas)
Giant Gromia (Gromia sphaerica)
Giant Salvinia (Salvinia molesta)
Giant Kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera)
Giant Red Velvet Mite (Trombidium grandissimum)
Giant Tube Worm (Riftia pachyptila)
Giraffe Weevil (Trachelophorus giraffa)
Glacial calanus (Calanus glacialis)
Gold-and-brown Rove Beetle (Ontholestes cingulatus)
Grandidier’s Baobab (Adansonia grandidieri)
Gray Mold (Botrytis cinerea)
Greater Blue-Ringed Octopus (Hapalochlaena lunulata)
Green-Banded Broodsac (Leucochloridium paradoxum)
Green Mold (Penicillium digitatum)
Green Tiger Beetle (Cicindela campestris)
Gulf Fritillary (Agraulis vanillae)
H. pylori (Helicobacter pylori)
Handsome Asterisk-Diatom (Asterionella formosa)
Hay Bacillus (Bacillus subtilis)
Heartworm (Dirofilaria immitis)
Helicopter Damselfly (Megaloprepus caerulatus)
Hitler’s Beetle (Anophthalmus hitleri)
Hooded Grasshopper (Teratodes monticollis)
Hooker’s Lips (Psychotria elata)
Housefly (Musca domestica)
Hummingbird Bobtail Squid (Euprymna berryi)
Imperial Fritillary (Fritillaria imperialis)
Indian Shot (Canna indica)
Irish Moss (Chondrus crispus)
Irregular Earth Tongue (Neolecta irregularis)
Jataí Bee (Tetragonisca angustula)
Kipling’s Acacia Spider (Bagheera kiplingi)
Ladislau’s Flatworm (Obama ladislavii)
Large Roundworm of Pigs (Ascaris suum)
Leatherleaf Fern (Rumohra adiantiformis)
Leggiest Millipede (Illacme plenipes)
Lined Chiton (Tonicella lineata)
Luna Moth (Actias luna)
Lyre-ship Diatom (Lyrella lyra)
Many-headed slime (Physarum polycephallum)
Mauritius Fruit Bat (Pteropus niger)
Mexican Giant Horsetail (Equisetum myriochaetum)
Northern Plaited Radiolarian (Cleveiplegma boreale)
Northern Screamer (Chauna chavaria)
Ocean Sunfish (Mola mola)
Operculate Acrochaete (Acrochaete operculata)
Orange Jaguar Snail (Rectartemon depressus)
Ornate Limpet (Cellana ornata)
Paraná Pine (Araucaria angustifolia)
Pea Aphid (Acyrthosiphon pisum)
Peacock Mantis Shrimp (Odontodactylus scyllarus)
Peacock Spikemoss (Selaginella willdenowii)
Pear Rust (Gymnosporangium sabinae)
Pellucid Four-Tooth Moss (Tetraphis pellucida)
Persian Carpet Flatworm (Pseudobiceros bedfordi)
Pink Cellular Slime Mold (Acrasis rosea)
Pink Miniacina (Miniacina miniacea)
Platine Shield Harvestman (Discocyrtus prospicuus)
Pliable Brachionus (Brachionus plicatilis)
Porkfish (Anisotremus virginicus)
Portuguese Man o’ War (Physalia physalis)
Quindio Wax Palm (Ceroxylon quindiuense)
Réaumur’s Desert Woodlouse (Hemilepistus reaumuri)
Red Euglene (Euglena sanguinea)
Ref Flour Beetle (Tribolium castaneum)
Red Panda (Ailurus fulgens)
Red-Rust Bryozoan (Watersipora subtorquata)
Reishi Mushroom (Ganoderma lucidum)
Rosy Crust (Peniophora incarnata)
Rowell’s Velvet Worm (Euperipatoides rowelli)
Royal Sea Star (Astropecten articulatus)
Sage of the Diviners (Salvia divinorum)
Sailor’s eyeball (Valonia ventricosa)
Salmon Fluke (Gyrodactylus salaris)
Sally Lightfoot (Grapsus grapsus)
Samambaiaçu (Dicksonia sellowiana)
Savigny’s Brittle Star (Ophiactis savignyi)
Scaly Lepidodermella (Lepidodermella squamata)
Scarlet Elf Cup (Sarcoscypha coccinea)
Sea Sparkle (Noctiluca scintillans)
Sea Swallow (Glaucus atlanticus)
Sharp-Toothed Venus Seed-Shrimp (Euphilomedes carcharodonta)
Shoebill (Balaeniceps rex)
Silvergreen moss (Bryum argenteum)
Six-Spot Burnet (Zygaena filipendulae)
Soft Snake (Atretochoana eiselti)
Southern Green Stink Bug (Nezara viridula)
Spiked Pepper (Piper aduncum)
Spreading Earthmoss (Physcomitrella patens)
Sun Beetle (Pachnoda marginata)
Tapiti (Sylvilagus brasiliensis)
Taq (Thermus aquaticus)
Tepid Ammonia (Ammonia tepida)
Tender Nori (Pyropia tenera)
Tiger Worm (Eisenia fetida)
Timor Black Bamboo (Bambusa lako)
Titan Arum (Amorphophallus titanum)
Toothed Micrasterias (Micrasterias denticulata)
– Touch-me-not (Mimosa pudica)
Toxic Gambierdisc (Gambierdiscus toxicus)
Toxo (Toxoplasma gondii)
Tree Tumbo (Welwitschia mirabilis)
Tropical Kingbird (Tyrannus melancholicus)
Truncate Trapdoor Spider (Cyclocosmia truncata)
Tulip Cone (Conus tulipa)
Turnip Sawfly (Athalia rosae)
Twisted-Spined Sponge Radiolarian (Spongosphaera streptacantha)
Two-headed skink (Tiliqua rugosa)
Venus’ Flower Basket (Euplectella aspergillum)
Versatile Funnel Glomus (Funneliformis mosseae)
– Violaceus Long-horned Beetle (Compsocerus violaceus)
Walsby’s Square Haloarchaeon (Haloquadratum walsbyi)
Wheel Necklace Diatom (Thalassiosira rotula)
Winter Flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus)
Witch’s Butter (Tremella mesenterica)
Witch’s Jelly (Nostoc commune)
Wood Cricket (Nemobius sylvestris)
Wood Cricket’s Worm (Paragordius tricuspidatus)
Yellow Morel (Morchella esculenta)
Yerba Mate (Ilex paraguariensis)

Whose Wednesday

Axelrod, Julius
Baer, Karl Ernst von
Banks, Joseph
Barroso, Graziela Maciel
Bergman, Torbern
Blanchard, Émile
Brauer, August
Cavanilles, Antonio José
Daubenton, Louis-Jean-Marie
Decaisne, Joseph
Dudley, Patricia Louise
Graff, Ludwig von
Hass, Hans
Hume, Allan Octavian
Hutchinson, George Evelyn
Jackson, John Hughlings
Johnston, Harry
Keilin, David
Leakey, Mary
Linnaeus, Carl
Linnaeus the Younger, Carl
Lwoff, André Michel
Maiden, Joseph
Martius, Carl Friedrich Philipp von
Metchnikoff, Élie
Müller, Josef
Nägeli, Carl
O’Shaughnessy, Arthur
Petit, Jean-Louis
Ramón y Cajal, Santiago
Reinwardt, Caspar Georg Carl
Ruysch, Frederik
Schlagintweit, Adolf
Sparrman, Anders
Steinböck, Otto
von Martens, Eduard

New Species

2016 April 1–7
2016 April 8–14
2016 April 15–21
2016 April 22–30
2016 May 1–7
2016 May 8–14
2016 May 15–21
2016 May 22–31
2016 June 1–7
2016 June 8–14
2016 June 15–21
2016 June 22–30
2016 July 1-10
2016 July 11-20
2016 July 21-31
2016 August 1-10
2016 August 11-20
2016 August 21-31
2016 September 1-10
2016 September 11-20
2016 September 21-30
2016 October 1-10
2016 October 11-20
2016 October 21-31
2016 November 1-10
2016 November 11-20
2016 November 21-30
2016 December 1-10
2016 December 11-20
2016 December 21-31
2017 January 1-10
2017 January 11-20
2017 January 21-31
2017 February 1-10
2017 February 11-20
2017 February 21-28
2017 March 1-10
2017 March 11-20
2019 January
2019 February
2019 March
2019 April
2019 May
2019 June
– 2019 July

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