There are a couple of picture on your page that I had to delete. Its no fault of yours. You found them legitimately and they appeared usable.
The picture with the 2 cubs is copyrighted. Somebody just uploaded a picture they found on the internet to flickr. Bummer. Its a nice photo....
The other is the image you found on Classroom clipart. They really only give permission for classroom use. We are publishing this on the web.
These images can be used solely EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES in the K-12 classroom. This means that K-12 students may use these images for school projects and reports.
--Mr. Ashcraft 22:19, 27 December 2006 (EST)
DO NOT upload small pictures. If you have deleted the template I placed on your page and need to resize pictures refer to the Help files.
--Mr. Ashcraft 01:31, 24 December 2006 (EST)
Dont limit yourself to flickr. Remember US National government agencies are also usable. Here are three great pictures from the US Fish and Wildlife Services you can use, but remember to upload big pictures, not the small ones (click on the picture for bigger version).
For copyright status state for each: "This image is public domain because it is a publication of the US Fish and Wildlife Services.
--Mr. Ashcraft 22:53, 23 December 2006 (EST)
You are not providing the necessary information for your pictures. There are 2 links that must accompany each uploaded picture. The picture where the image can be found must be placed in the Source field when uploading, the link to the Creative Commons licence must be provided under Copyright status.
Go to the following 3 images and edit them to include this necessary information in the correct places.
I thought the picture of the bear standing behind a lady provided good scale and might work well to support your anatomy section.
Remember to include a reference for everything you write - this should be done while you create the document. Its very difficult to go back in and try to find where you got the information afterwards.
--Mr. Ashcraft 11:22, 22 December 2006 (EST)
You again - did not include the source address for the following image. Instead you put the Creative Commons License address under source (instead of copyright status). Edit the following to correct and add the source for the picture or it will be deleted.
--Mr. Ashcraft 01:10, 22 December 2006 (EST)
You didnt include the source URL for the following image. You actually put the Creative Commons License URL under source. Edit the following to correct.
Use the Advanced Search on Flickr to find Creative Commons Licensed documents.
There are about a million pictures of taratulas on flickr. You shouldnt have any problem locating a bunch of good ones. Your goal in the gallery is to find several that are identified and label them as representatives of your subtaxa.