Connected on 2012-02-25 16:30:00 from Champaign, Illinois, United States
- Bugscope Team pumping down
- Bugscope Team taking a long time to pump down 'cause of the enormous ant
- Bugscope Team I'll give it another 40 minutes or so
- Bugscope Team vac is at 3.5 x 10-4
- Bugscope Team waiting for 1.3
- Bugscope Team now it's 3.2
- Bugscope Team 3.0
- Bugscope Team 2.7
- Bugscope Team 2.5, seems to be going fairly quickly now
- Bugscope Team 1.5, amazing
- Bugscope Team making presets
- Bugscope Team sorry do not see hamuli. yet
- Guest yo scott!
- Bugscope Team hey DaddyO!
- Bugscope Team How is it looking over there?
- Guest well, it's going okay, but we don't have a 2nd mini-DVI adapter, the one i brought from home doesn't work
- Bugscope Team oog
- Bugscope Team Hey no sweat I didn't think we were gonna have a 2nd monitor 'til only recently
- Guest are you sure? maybe i can run out and buy a2nd one?
Bugscope Team there are none available in the city
- Bugscope Team if Winogrand has one that would be the best bet
- Bugscope Team Dude I can run up and take a look at the connector.
- Bugscope Team if you want
- Guest scott, i'm going to come back to beckman now
- Bugscope Team totally cool
- Guest i'll get the 2nd mini-dvi apadter, and also pick up a 2nd mouse
- Guest be there soon. fear doesn't start till 6pm
- Guest so we have time
- Bugscope Team Hello Andrews!
- Guest hello
- Guest are all insects made up of atoms?
Bugscope Team yes they are!
- Bugscope Team anything you can touch is made of atoms
- Bugscope Team air and water as well
- Guest what do you learn from the bugs?
Bugscope Team we learn how they live -- they have to do the same things we do, but they do it differently
- Bugscope Team they can make things we cannot, like certain kinds of silk. they make nanoparticles, which is what the brochsomes are in one of the presets
- Bugscope Team there are some bacteria and some brochosomes on the compound eye of a wasp
- Bugscope Team brochosomes are made by leafhoppers
- Bugscope Team ticks can break open and seal themselves up again
- Guest the bugs look like they have spikey armor
Bugscope Team exactly! they have an exoskeleton, which is like wearing armor
- Guest cool
- Guest how late is the live session tonight
Bugscope Team it's going to run 'til 8:30 or so, at least 3.5 more hours
- Guest it looks like its ready for war!
- Bugscope Team Hi Ally!
- Bugscope Team it is ready for sure
- Guest hi
- Bugscope Team this is a tick
- Guest yo scott!!!
Bugscope Team Hello!
- Bugscope Team how's it going over there?
- Bugscope Team #2 I just gave you control if you want to try driving
- Guest both as guest, so you'll need to pass control from one to the other
- Guest good, we have 2 displays up now
Bugscope Team sweet!
- Guest we've got a cusomter on #1, can you give #1 control
Bugscope Team got it!
- Guest what is the tick on?
Bugscope Team Ally it is leaning on a 'log.' Which is actually a piece of a wooden applicator stick.
- Guest scott, can you give control to #1 please?
Bugscope Team no. 1 has control
- Bugscope Team is it not working?
- Guest the tick looks like it is staring at me
Bugscope Team it was for sure
- Bugscope Team these are super tiny insects called hypogastruridae
- Guest we are good, thanks scott!
Bugscope Team totally cool
- Bugscope Team they are said not to be insects -- they are hexapods (six legs) but not insects. pretty radical. super small little dudes
- Guest so they live on the ground near leaves?
Bugscope Team yes if you brush your hand along some leaf litter, you may see them jump -- they are commonly called springtails
- Bugscope Team this is the cuticle, which is really beautiful\
- Bugscope Team the magnification is so high that the sample is charging up with electrons, sometimes
- Guest NC
Bugscope Team totally cool. I used to go to Cape Hatteras in the summer.
- Bugscope Team this is a pseudoscorpion
- Bugscope Team you can see that we broke it when we put it on the stub. very fragile
- Bugscope Team these are its mandibles
- Guest cool
Bugscope Team they're arachnids, related to spiders
- Bugscope Team Andrews where are you?
- Guest my teacher told us about this site
Bugscope Team awesome
- Guest NC
- Guest scott, leilei is coming back to get 2 keyboards...
- Bugscope Team we have received a lot of publicity lately, and it means it is hard to schedule people because we're booked months in advance
- Guest we think kids will want to type in questions
Bugscope Team you mean that they're just better than laptops?
- Guest good point, what is leilei's cell?
- Bugscope Team Andrews and Ally what we are doing this evening is a little different. There's an Insect Fear Film Festival.
- Bugscope Team 721 3672
- Guest we've got some of the presets with ? that don't work, for example the brochosomes preset doesn't work
Bugscope Team it works for me, looks like
- Bugscope Team anyway, there is an annual film festival on campus that features B movies about insects -- this year it's ants
- Bugscope Team these are bacteria and brochosomes -- the brochs are about 250 to 400 nanometers in diameter
- Guest scott, the hypograstrurid looks awesome! -Aron
Bugscope Team Thanks, Dude!
- Guest cool but no fear fests for second graders. :(
Bugscope Team often kids do not go in -- they stay out in the lobby where there is an insect petting zoo, facepainting, t-shirts, etc
- Guest not fair
- Bugscope Team Andrews the IFFF is set up for kids.
- Bugscope Team so we have a crew over there who are running Bugscope from campus, and I'm here in the basement where the scanning electron microscope is.
- Bugscope Team we are seeing a lot of charging because it is hard to ground the insects properly, since they're so small
- Bugscope Team Hi Alex!
- Bugscope Team those horizontal lines are indicative of charging, in which the electrons are not shed from the sample
- Bugscope Team Are Joe and Linnea there?
- Bugscope Team is Jo there? I'm sure she is.
- Bugscope Team here you can see both compound eyes and ocelli'
- Guest the ? problem on some of the presets is fixed, a refresh fie it
Bugscope Team that's what I meant to type
- Bugscope Team this claw moved a bit
- Guest i can't wait to tell the other kids in my class
Bugscope Team call them and ask them to log in
- Bugscope Team this is the coolest
- Bugscope Team this is the part that holds in your skin. opposite it is the rasper part that cuts into your skin and gets the blood going
- Guest trying
Bugscope Team totally cool -- that's all you can do!
- Guest my mom is texting some of them now
Bugscope Team sweet!
- Bugscope Team usually we connect with individual schools -- tonight is different
- Guest my sister Ally was on earlier
Bugscope Team aha
- Bugscope Team there are some other critters on this stub that I have not found yet
- Bugscope Team I think they weren't going to open 'til 6 p.m. here
- Guest my class was on this past week
Bugscope Team so you are an old-timer then!
- Bugscope Team the transcript and images from your session should be online
- Guest 7
Bugscope Team !
- Bugscope Team I'm going to the 'scope to get better focus for you!
- Bugscope Team actually looks pretty good now
- Bugscope Team don't see brochs and bacteria together often
- Bugscope Team this is on the compound eye of a wasp
- Guest what are the functions of brochosomes?
Bugscope Team they are thought to help keep leafhoppers' eggs from drying out
Bugscope Team also, leafhoppers have an 'anointing' function in which they spread them on their cuticle -- don't know why
- Guest cool! thank you.
- Bugscope Team we see brochosomes on lots of critters that are not leafhoppers, but we believe they were in contact with them at some point
- Guest thank you.
Bugscope Team you bet, Andrew!
- Bugscope Team see the ant's compound eye?
- Bugscope Team this is a trapjaw ant, and unfortunately neither of them look very good this evening
- Guest i will do this again another day and bring some other kids from my class
Bugscope Team Andrew we appreciate seeing you. Tell your mom Thanks too!
- Bugscope Team you can see that the trapjaw ant has a large head with big muscles in it
- Bugscope Team here we can see an anterior tentorial pit in the wasp's face
- Guest scott, do you know if we have to refresh the wireless connection to IllinoisNET every hour? We just lost wireless on #1 and had to refresh it
Bugscope Team I assume you do, and I think it is ridiculous if you are actively on the web.
- Bugscope Team I think this has happened before, and we definitely want to be on IllinoisNet.
- Guest okay, got cha
- Bugscope Team Like, of all the choices, it's what we want...
- Guest one more thing...
Bugscope Team yeah/
- Bugscope Team how are Leilei and Dianwen doing? Have they let families in yet?
- Guest both laptops are pointing towards the users. and i have a 3rd laptop (my personal one) point back towards us
Bugscope Team oh cool.
- Guest we may occassionally ask you to change control from #1 to #2. we would ask that from user ALEX
- Bugscope Team hey cool
- Bugscope Team Alex does this mean you can't leave>?
- Bugscope Team Maximum DubScope here
- Guest yeah, but that's okay
Bugscope Team if you book out at like 8:30 would that work?
- Guest sure man, i'm okay, i can stay till the end if need be
- Bugscope Team how is the resolution looking on the second monitor? can you tell the difference?
- Bugscope Team that is a serious stinger
- Bugscope Team they've decided that these are not insects -- they're hexapods
- Bugscope Team obviously they're charging up with electrons as well
- Bugscope Team Alex tell me what it's like there.
- Bugscope Team Please.
- Bugscope Team this is the pseudoscorpion
- Guest hi my name is ANDREW FROM MRS. METGERS!
Bugscope Team Hi Andrew!
- Bugscope Team Wow totally cool. Welcome back!
- Bugscope Team You can tell Mrs Metger that you got to work with us this weekend.
- Bugscope Team mandibles with filter-like components -- ant combs are like this
- Guest YES I WILL
- Guest WHAT ARE YOU DOING
Bugscope Team I'm in the lab, and there's a film festival here where we're featuring Bugscope. So I'm the home base.
- Bugscope Team these are hamuli -- wing hooks that hold the fore- and hindwings together when the wasp flies.
- Guest THATS COOL
- Guest scott, can you give control to #2
Bugscope Team No. 2 is the Supreme Ruler.
- Bugscope Team oops where's the antenna on this side?
- Bugscope Team it's broken off
- Bugscope Team you can see the one on the other side
- Bugscope Team the ant abdomen is called a 'gaster'
- Bugscope Team this is so cool
- Bugscope Team Andrew do you know what this is?
- Bugscope Team the head of a tick is called the 'capitulum'
- Guest no
Bugscope Team that was tick!
- Bugscope Team this is now the stinger of an ant -- not all ants have stingers
- Bugscope Team this is kind of hard to make out -- the wasp is very small and this is its ovipositor
- Bugscope Team this is cool
- Bugscope Team too
- Bugscope Team you can see the claws, on the outside, and on the inside is the puvillus
- Bugscope Team 'pulvillus'
- Guest scott, can you give control to #1
Bugscope Team got it, DaddyO
- Bugscope Team those are the tarsi -- the last several segments of each limb
- Guest bye my mom will talk to you
Bugscope Team Bye Andrew!
- Guest what am i lookin at
Bugscope Team you're up close on the limbs of a wasp
- Bugscope Team now you can see one of the claws
- Guest scott, control to #2 please
- Guest Hello, Is this a claw?
Bugscope Team yes it is, to the left a bit
- Bugscope Team it's a wasp's claw, one of six
- Bugscope Team in the center of the claw you can see two setae (hairs) that help the wasp sense if it is actually grasping something
- Bugscope Team the pad to the lower left is called a pulvillus, and it has sticky setae on it that help the wasp stick to surfaces
- Guest bye i halft to leave.
Bugscope Team Thank You!
- Bugscope Team now we're looking at an ant with a very sharp stinger
- Bugscope Team the stinger is coming out of the gaster -- the ant abdomen
- Bugscope Team this is my favorite thing this evening
- Bugscope Team the palps are on the sides, and they fold down when the tick 'bites'
- Bugscope Team in the center, bottom, is the part that holds the tick head into your skin
- Bugscope Team those are kind of like tastebuds on the palp\
- Bugscope Team the're chemoreceptors
- Bugscope Team 'they're,' that is
- Guest or was?
- Guest scott, is this a mandble?
Bugscope Team this is one of the palps
- Bugscope Team the head of the tick is called a capitulum, and in between these two palps is the part called the hypostome that sticks into your skin
- Bugscope Team the palps fold down out of the way
- Bugscope Team this is a super 'hairy' ant antenna
- Bugscope Team ants get most of their information via the antennae
- Bugscope Team some ants don't even bother to have eyes
- Bugscope Team here you can see the wasp's head, and its compound eyes as well as two of the ocelli -- the simple eyes on the top of the head
- Bugscope Team the head is upside down
- Bugscope Team so the ocelli are down and to the left now where you cannot see them
- Bugscope Team compound eye, with lots of facets called ommatidia
- Guest how many eye parts does a wasp have
Bugscope Team it has two compound eyes with (this one looks like it has about 200 ommatidia) three ocelli
- Bugscope Team some large wasps can have 17,000 ommatidia per compound eye
- Bugscope Team see the mandibles? they fold in from the sides like a gate
- Bugscope Team there's the hinge portion of the mandible\
- Bugscope Team bacteria, and the tiny round things are brochosomes
- Bugscope Team the mounds we see are ommatidia
- Bugscope Team the two mounds
- Guest scott, please give control to #1
Bugscope Team got it!
- Bugscope Team the brochs are between 250 and 400 nm in diameter, usually
- Bugscope Team they look like buckeyballs
- Bugscope Team nanoparticles
- Bugscope Team baby ticks have only six limbs
- Bugscope Team this is an adult
- Bugscope Team ticks can reseal their cuticle if it gets broken open
- Bugscope Team they are dirty little critters, and they almost always have bacteria on the outside of their bodies
- Guest why do bees die when they sting
Bugscope Team they die when they sting mammals but not other insects, and it's because the stinger gets torn off, leaving a hole in the body
- Bugscope Team the barbs on the stinger don't easily come out of mammalian skin
- Bugscope Team it's not all bees, and it's not wasps, which can sting repeatedly
- Bugscope Team antennae busted off here
- Bugscope Team antenna, that is
- Bugscope Team there is some kind of juju on the compound eye -- some dried fluid
- Bugscope Team 10 microns is about 5 bacteria long
- Guest scott, #2 contr\ol [lease
Bugscope Team #2 is the supreme ruler
- Bugscope Team this is one of the pseudoscorpion claws
- Guest having big probems with the wireless disconnecting
Bugscope Team I'm sorry. It is really just silly. It must happen to students all of the time.
- Bugscope Team it's a University, and this is the 21st Century.
- Guest okay, the trick is you have to click on renew now when renewing the wireless session, i think i got it now
- Bugscope Team sweet, DaddyO
- Guest no, it's not working again
- Guest control to 1 please
- Guest No 1 wants control
Bugscope Team got it!
- Bugscope Team Alex we can figure out what the best way to do this will be for next year, including dealing with wireless dropping out.
- Guest okay scott
- Guest okay, reconnected
Bugscope Team okay #2 has control now
- Bugscope Team let me know who wants control...
- Guest number 1!
Bugscope Team haha ok got it
- Bugscope Team this is some kind of dried fluid on the ommatidia -- the eye facets
- Guest i think this one is working again
Bugscope Team looks like it
- Bugscope Team high mag
- Guest thanks!
Bugscope Team Sure!
- Bugscope Team these are so small we couldn't put silver paint under them to ground them better
- Bugscope Team so you can see that they're charging up with electrons
- Bugscope Team that's what the horizontal lines are
- Bugscope Team these are hexapods -- they're six legged but not insects
- Bugscope Team you can see they have tiny single eyes -- stemmata -- like caterpillars
- Bugscope Team only on the one on the right
- Bugscope Team mouthparts
- Bugscope Team this is the mouth now
- Bugscope Team nice job focussing
- Bugscope Team they have the most beautiful cuticle
- Bugscope Team you can actually see some brochosomes there as well
- Bugscope Team I'm sitting at the 'scope now, which is how I take over occasionally
- Bugscope Team sweet
- Bugscope Team be right back!
- Guest is this really live chat to a 'scope operator?
- Bugscope Team yes it is!
- Bugscope Team I'm at the 'scope now.
- Bugscope Team so, for one thing, I can tweak the focus for you, make it easier
- Bugscope Team I'm on three computers here in the Microscopy Suite. This is the ESEM computer...
- Guest could you tweak the focus to help focus on those scale-looking things?
- Guest The scales are a bit to right of the hair-follicle looking thing.
Bugscope Team to the right of the seta...
- Bugscope Team looks like dried fluid, some salts
- Bugscope Team oh that is the cuticle, to the right
- Bugscope Team where it looks like shingles, kind of
- Guest oooh.
- Guest thanks!
- Bugscope Team tiny particles, too small to be bacteria, not brochosomes
- Guest ?
- Guest what is a brochosome (besides being something those particles are not)>
Bugscope Team brochosomes are tiny things that look like whiffle balls, or buckey balls
- Bugscope Team they are produced by leafhoppers but get on other insects as well
- Bugscope Team they are thought to be used to help keep eggs from drying out
- Bugscope Team there are some in one of the presets
- Bugscope Team they are nanoparticles, produced in the Malpighian tubules
- Bugscope Team 250 to 400 nm in diameter, usually
- Bugscope Team this is the ball and socket joint of the antenna that's been busted off
- Bugscope Team the tiny setae help the ant sense when the ball is moving in the socket
- Bugscope Team the ovipositor has at least three components that probably work side by side to cut into the prey's cuticle
- Bugscope Team the same way a mosquito's fascicle has little cutting stylets
- Bugscope Team haha
- Bugscope Team now you can see where you were
- Bugscope Team antennae very low on the head
- Bugscope Team you can see where we looked earlier and left a TV shaped mark
- Bugscope Team there's some dried fluid on the ommatidia
- Bugscope Team so they don't look so good
- Bugscope Team are you trying to go back to the ant or is the control not going where you ask it to go?
- Guest whT IA THE
- Bugscope Team it's a tick!
- Guest WHAT IS THE OPENING TO THE RIGHT OF THE ANT'S EYE?
Bugscope Team that was where the antenna had broken off
- Guest A PARasite?????
Bugscope Team now or on the ant?
- Guest on the ant
Bugscope Team in the center now is the broken off antenna
- Bugscope Team now you're on a wasp
- Bugscope Team you can see that the head is a bit mashed, at lower mag
- Bugscope Team you can click on the viewing screen with the mouse to center the image where you want it
- Bugscope Team hexapods
- Bugscope Team tick!
- Bugscope Team the stuff there is from its last host
- Bugscope Team this is an odd ant, with mandibles tucked under its head
- Bugscope Team serious jaws
- Guest what ant is this?
Bugscope Team I'm sorry I don't know what kind it is. I think it is local.
- Bugscope Team trapjaw ant
- Bugscope Team here
- Bugscope Team this is a purple beetle
- Bugscope Team the pore in the face is an anterior tentorial pit
- Guest why do wasp heads have holes in them?
Bugscope Team it is part of the exoskeleton that extends inside the head to support it
- Guest frgt
- Guest how big is the biggest bee
Bugscope Team there is a difference of opinion, but I would say a queen bee, and it could be a few inches long
- Bugscope Team hornets can be a few inches long as well
- Guest How do ants go to the bathroom.
Bugscope Team pretty much like flies and other animals, same way
- Guest oh
- Guest how many ants are in 1 colline
Bugscope Team there is a super colony that is said to have 306 million ants in it
- Bugscope Team there can be billions of ants in what are called megacolonies that extend for miles and miles underground
- Bugscope Team ants are almost all female
- Bugscope Team this is probably some kind of borer beetle, not sure
- Guest what is an ant hole like
Bugscope Team there are variations, but they have many levels. the ants communicate by producing chemical scents, since they cannot see in the dark
- Bugscope Team sometimes they build above the ground, in dirt they pile up; sometimes they live in trees, inside the branches
- Guest how big is he largest bettle
Bugscope Team about as big as your fist
- Bugscope Team we are lucky that insects cannot get much larger than they already do. if there was more oxygen in the air they could grow larger.
- Guest How do they chose the queen ant?
Bugscope Team the ants that feed the cells in the nest that will become ants feed certain cells different food that will allow those cells to become queens if necessary
- Guest How do they choose a new queen ant if the old one passes away?
Bugscope Team I think it is not entirely clear, but of the ants that have been specially fed with the potential to become queens, one will prevail.
- Guest And what if a colony is almost entirely wiped out with the exception of a few worker ants?
- Guest Who gets the queen ant pregnant?
Bugscope Team the queen ant, when she is young, has wings can fly out to a more distant area where male ants, with wings, can make her pregnant. she then flies back to the hive, and the bees tending her take her wings off. she becomes a large egglaying thing that can no longer move, much less fly
- Guest How do they know which ants are right for the "queen" title, and what if they are wrong?
- Bugscope Team queen ants come from the few ants that are chosen to receive 'royal jelly' as food
- Guest What happens if the ants cant eat the "royal jelly"?
- Bugscope Team if no 'pre-queens' have been produced and the queen dies, the colony may die
- Guest What is royal jelly made of?
Bugscope Team I believe it has different and more nutrients in it but likely it either has hormones in it that can induce the right genes to turn on, or just they fact that there is the right food in the right amounts induces the correct genes to turn on
- Guest How do they know who to chose to eat the royal jelly?
Bugscope Team I think in a colony that is running well there are always a few cells devoted to potential queens
- Guest Whoa re the potential queens?
- Guest When you say "jelly" do you mean, a gelatinous substance, like jello, or something more loose, like jam?
Bugscope Team it is a thick fluid that comes from glands in the heads of worker bees. all bees are fed royal jelly, but those who are given it continually have the potential to become queens
- Guest Who are the potential queens?
Bugscope Team they are the ants that come from special cells and are continuously fed royal jelly
- Bugscope Team drone and worker larvae are fed royal jelly for only 3 days, but the larvae that may become queens are fed it continually
- Guest are you tired of me asking these questions?
Bugscope Team oh no, but I am trying to get the answers right. not all bees will follow this same pattern; there are lots of variations.
- Guest What do the ants eat after they are done being fed the royal jelly?
Bugscope Team I think they just eat nectar
- Guest go to eyes
- Guest whats your favorite insect?
Bugscope Team I like weevils, leafhoppers, springtails...
- Guest /lol
- Guest MWAHAHAHAHA
- Guest How do they get the "special cells"? |:3
Bugscope Team the workers create the cells, and they are kind of automatons; it seems to be programmed into them to do that.
- Guest YOU WISH YOU WERE AT DA BUG FESTIVAL.
Bugscope Team yeah I wish I was there.
- Guest scurl up!
- Bugscope Team this is the part of the hypostome that sticks into your skin; the spines we see are why it is hard to get ticks to come out of your skin
- Guest how do cockroces hiss
Bugscope Team I think they do it by compressing some of their body segments to propel air out of them.
- Bugscope Team oh they push air through their spiracles
- Guest sup
- Bugscope Team of course
- Bugscope Team so they compress some of their body segments so that air is forced out through the spiracles
- Guest yo dude
Bugscope Team Yo!
- Bugscope Team is it busy there?
- Guest no
- Guest yes
- Bugscope Team is it time to close down or are there lots of people?
- Guest 2
- Guest hay
Bugscope Team Hey!
- Guest lots of people
Bugscope Team Thanks, No. 2
- Guest waaaaaaaaaaaa!
- Bugscope Team what's the t-shirt like this year?
- Guest frinch
- Guest an ant picking up the ifle tower
Bugscope Team haha Cool
- Bugscope Team Tbanks
- Bugscope Team Thanks
- Guest bad spelling
- Bugscope Team Eiffel
- Guest how do you know were at the festible
Bugscope Team that's where the laptops are set up
- Guest becuse we are at it
- Bugscope Team I didn't set up this year -- Leilei, Dianwen, and Alex did and I didn't even come over.
- Guest how big can shark teeht get
Bugscope Team fossil ones are quite large. even now I bet the large ones are at least half the size of your hand
- Guest t23gf234gr2hbf
- Bugscope Team so one of the fossil shark teeth is 7 inches long
- Guest can number 2 have control?
Bugscope Team got it!
- Guest srory a boat that a kid did that
- Guest nnnnnnnnnoooooooooooooooo
- Bugscope Team probably the largest shark teeth now are just less than 3" long
- Guest verybody danc now
- Bugscope Team I think it's probably time to close down.
- Guest do you have a pc or mac
Bugscope Team both
- Guest no its not
- Guest do you know what this is?
Bugscope Team this is an ant but I don't know what species.
- Guest cool
- Bugscope Team test
- Guest oh tist a ant hed
- Bugscope Team sj is on a mac
- Guest how are you
- Bugscope Team Scot and ScotJ are on PCs
- Bugscope Team we'll shut down at 8:30
- Guest sj
- Guest who are you
Bugscope Team I'm on all three computers.
- Guest bye
- Bugscope Team Bye!
- Guest bye
- Bugscope Team time to go
- Bugscope Team Thank You!
- Bugscope Team Leilei and Dianwen let's close up shop. Bring the poster back, please.
- Bugscope Team Kind of a lot of stuff to move.
- Bugscope Team Bye!
- Bugscope Team Bye!
- Bugscope Team Bye!