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An interesting 'fish'! :)
Agree with Chris, this is a wee 'bucky' not a dogwhelk.
What does it take to get experts to correct their mistakes?
Hopefully it is sorted in time Chris, there are a few more IDs in a similar predicament. It really should be sorted out in all cases.
It takes a tick in Filters to alert them and a glance at Comments afore they agree (the latter may not apply in this case).
BUT the tick will bring forth a huge number of reminders if they've been remiss for a while.
As for 'experts' - well a few of the badges are pretty misleading - I have two!
It may take too many to switch, but it would be 2ce as effective if the original agreement was removed!
We probably need a fish expert, but does Ispot have any (or even any knowledgables)?
dropping a note on Trudy Russell might do it but I fear she doesn't visit very often.
Thanks Rimo,my faith in experts is partially restored.
Why is this still classified in "Fish"?
Quoted here http://www.ispotnature.org/node/378603
Not working Chris - I wonder why not. Bad luck.
I fear there are far too many agreements, in your 2012, to test the Group change with Likely. I tried both the new IDs but, obviously, I cannot swing it.
What is annoying here is that a Marines' Expert is still with Dog Whelk. I think she and Mike have left the arena unfortunately.
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