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#1 Goldsystem

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Posted 06 August 2017 - 10:02 PM

Hi I was wondering who the moderators are on this fourum.

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Posted 17 August 2017 - 01:47 PM

I guess it's a self governing body ? ? Haha

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Posted 18 August 2017 - 02:33 AM

Not really any moderators on this form, just Peter Clausen, the Administrator. :)

Darklings: Alobates pensylvanica, Coelocnemis californicus, Coelus ciliatus, Eleodes clavicornis, Eleodes hispilabris, Eleodes nigrinus, Embaphion cf. contusum, Embaphion muricatum, Eusattus muricatus, Meracantha contracta, Platydema ellipticum, Tenebrio molitor, Tenebrio obscurus, Tenebrionid sp, Zophobas morio. Ground beetles: Pasimachus sp. "Arizona". Click beetles: 1 Alaus melanops larva, Ampedus sp, Elateridae sp larva, Elaterid sp larvae, Melanotus cf. similis, Melanotus sp, Pyrophorus noctilucus. Also: A bunch of cockroach species, spiders, isopods, and a cat. For a full list of my invertebrates, See my blog! http://invertebratedude.blogspot.com/


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Posted 26 August 2017 - 08:35 PM

You could check by the bottom of the page it says "The Moderating Team". The mods are Admin and Peter Clausen. 



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Posted 13 September 2017 - 07:50 PM

I honestly have never really seen Peter on here, he runs bugsincyberspace.com if anyone was wondering. Luckily this forum is small enough and not so well known that no one really trolls, fights, argues, or flames. It's really nice on here haha. I'm pretty sure "Admin" is a bot, FYI.



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Posted 13 September 2017 - 08:09 PM

He's always on man! The boy in blue; Peter Clausen.



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Posted 13 September 2017 - 08:27 PM

He's always on man! The boy in blue; Peter Clausen.

Ahh lol, I meant I've never seen him post! I should have checked my language haha



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Posted 13 September 2017 - 11:28 PM

Luckily this forum is small enough and not so well known that no one really trolls, fights, argues, or flames. It's really nice on here haha. I'm pretty sure "Admin" is a bot, FYI.


That's what I like about this forum, the roach forum, and the "Insects, invertebrates and other arthropods" subforum of arachnoboards, the community is generally really nice and pleasant to talk with! :D

Darklings: Alobates pensylvanica, Coelocnemis californicus, Coelus ciliatus, Eleodes clavicornis, Eleodes hispilabris, Eleodes nigrinus, Embaphion cf. contusum, Embaphion muricatum, Eusattus muricatus, Meracantha contracta, Platydema ellipticum, Tenebrio molitor, Tenebrio obscurus, Tenebrionid sp, Zophobas morio. Ground beetles: Pasimachus sp. "Arizona". Click beetles: 1 Alaus melanops larva, Ampedus sp, Elateridae sp larva, Elaterid sp larvae, Melanotus cf. similis, Melanotus sp, Pyrophorus noctilucus. Also: A bunch of cockroach species, spiders, isopods, and a cat. For a full list of my invertebrates, See my blog! http://invertebratedude.blogspot.com/


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Posted 14 September 2017 - 12:23 AM

That's what I like about this forum, the roach forum, and the "Insects, invertebrates and other arthropods" subforum of arachnoboards, the community is generally really nice and pleasant to talk with! :D

Yep, kind of why I strayed from arachnoboards. There was just so much arguing about tarantula care from beginners against experts a while back that i just had to stop going. You probably might recognize my username from arachnoboards too, I used to be on quite a bit.

Recently I've been going back, but avoiding the tarantula parts. I was in the hobby for years but I just dont want to deal with any arguments anymore. Just one big salt fest.

All the other subforums there are really nice though, people are usually pretty friendly. It's the high population ones that I can't do.

 

A lot of the smaller forums frequented by professionals or very experienced hobbyists seem to be the best since those people understand rational discussion.



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Posted 14 September 2017 - 10:04 PM

Yep, kind of why I strayed from arachnoboards. There was just so much arguing about tarantula care from beginners against experts a while back that i just had to stop going. You probably might recognize my username from arachnoboards too, I used to be on quite a bit.
Recently I've been going back, but avoiding the tarantula parts. I was in the hobby for years but I just dont want to deal with any arguments anymore. Just one big salt fest.
All the other subforums there are really nice though, people are usually pretty friendly. It's the high population ones that I can't do.
 
A lot of the smaller forums frequented by professionals or very experienced hobbyists seem to be the best since those people understand rational discussion.


Ooooh yeah, the "tarantula" part of arachnoboards is basically a war zone, any newcomers who start out with anything but a rose hair or an avic tend to get blasted for not starting out with a "beginner species", and heaven forbid anyone gets an OBT as their first T, even if they are well experienced with keeping other invertebrates, because everyone else loses their freaking minds about it! :lol:

These smaller forums are where it's at, in terms of overall friendliness. :)

Darklings: Alobates pensylvanica, Coelocnemis californicus, Coelus ciliatus, Eleodes clavicornis, Eleodes hispilabris, Eleodes nigrinus, Embaphion cf. contusum, Embaphion muricatum, Eusattus muricatus, Meracantha contracta, Platydema ellipticum, Tenebrio molitor, Tenebrio obscurus, Tenebrionid sp, Zophobas morio. Ground beetles: Pasimachus sp. "Arizona". Click beetles: 1 Alaus melanops larva, Ampedus sp, Elateridae sp larva, Elaterid sp larvae, Melanotus cf. similis, Melanotus sp, Pyrophorus noctilucus. Also: A bunch of cockroach species, spiders, isopods, and a cat. For a full list of my invertebrates, See my blog! http://invertebratedude.blogspot.com/





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