The last time I looked at the Volvox carteri page on Wikipedia, it was pretty sad:
That was it; just a short intro and a section on sexual reproduction. I also had an undergraduate researcher, Sophia Sukkestad, who needed an end of semester project. I thought that if she worked on the V. carteri page, she’d learn a bit about Volvox, gain some familiarity with the relevant literature, and improve this resource for everyone.
There is still plenty to be done, and I encourage everyone in the Volvox community to consider contributing. This page has had over 500 views every month this year, which means that people outside the Volvox research community are using this resource:
There are still no sections on motility, inversion, evolution, biogeography, transformation, sex determination…