BUG CotM article link on the homepage doesn't work

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ShonV
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BUG CotM article link on the homepage doesn't work

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Hiya Jools or anyone else,

It seems that the CotM article link on the homepage is not referring to the right page.
Both the title and the species name link to: https://www.planetcatfish.com/cotm/cotm.php

Which gives my the error:

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Article not found, please report this error.
The link to the CotM Archives does work properly.
Issue exists for me on multiple browsers and devices and in private mode.

It also is showing Spinipterus moijiri
While the archive states that the CotM for May would be Rineloricaria platyura
So a little new write up/picture and a link fix should do the trick.
According to the CLOG entry the correct link should be:

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https://www.planetcatfish.com/cotm/cotm.php?article_id=561
However this also gives me the same error. So something has gone belly up there as well.

Cheers,
Shon

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Re: BUG CotM article link on the homepage doesn't work

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Ah, good spot, sorry, the upload didn't work.

https://www.planetcatfish.com/cotm/cotm ... cle_id=561

Up and running now. Summer is coming!

Cheers,

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Re: BUG CotM article link on the homepage doesn't work

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Nice!

few small things about the article though,
2nd paragraph:
Rineloricaria / Hemiloricaria platyura, or Rineloricaria / Hemiloricaria sp. "Amazonia" or Rineloricaria / Hemiloricaria sp. "Weißdorn".
3rd paragraph:
The problem began when Isbrücker
The same year, Isbrücker et al. (2001)
9th paragraph:
German popular name Weißdorn,

I'm guessing the unicode didn't come through flawlessly ;-)

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Re: BUG CotM article link on the homepage doesn't work

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Indeed, think that's it all fixed up now.

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Jools

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