[ May 16, 2016 ]
Another posting from Pieter Post.

Last summer I uploaded A260726 to Sloane's website,
where I was searching for the smallest palindrome k > n
such that k/n is a square. As you can see Giovanni Resta
had a bit more computerpower than I had, so he could find
more solutions. But as you can also see, we are still missing
a(125), a(177) and a(185), for n < 200.