Can't add taxonomy terms.

Hello --

I'm working on site and I need to add a new taxonomy vocabulary with terms. I'm able to add a new vocabulary (see image 1). For existing vocabularies, I'm able to "Edit Vocabulary" and "List Terms". I cannot add terms. When I select "add terms" I get a broken page (see image 2). Sorry for the links but I couldn't figure out how to post images.

Any ideas on how to fix this? I've got no idea how to determine what's causing the breakdown. How do I debug this?

thanks in advanced.

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