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Put on scientific name too.
Apologies for this omission! Had actually been doing this as part of a demonstration with a group and that bit had been left out intially due to focussing on other parts of the upload process (specifically demonstrating location in this case). Your feedback provided a great demonstation of the iSpot community , help and instant responses!
I just find it sad if people get the subject right with the common name,but someone else will add's a new id with scientific name and get the agreements.I think we need to tell people how important it is to add both.I think this happens a lot with new ispotters and it may put some off and we don't want that,I personally feel it is about encouraging people.
I think you're absolutely right. I had read the discussion on this in the Forum section so was aware of some of the issues regarding ID's being repeated by a second person. As a new mentor this was actually a very useful discussion for me to read. In this particular case it was a purely an omission by a group having their first go with iSpot during a very time constrained meeting. We were able to discuss the point about names and IDs as soon as we looked again at the uploaded observation and at the responses received. I decided to revise the ID to further demonsrate this point to the group and to ackowledge your input and advice. I whole heartedly agree with your comment about encouraging. To me this is what iSpot is about on many different levels and for people of all levels of knowledge and confidence. Thank you for your help - it really aided the demonstration today!
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