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Scientific name Janet ?
Chris Brooks - www.dragonfly-images.co.uk
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Chris I'm lucky to know the common name never mind remember the Latin one!! :) but I will look it up, thanks for the comment.
It's always good to include the scientific name in IDs on Ispot because it is used to link observations with others of the same species.
If you know the English name, you can usually get the correct scientific name by clicking on the "get recommended" button after you enter the English name (in a few cases the scientific name that will be given is out of date though, and there are one or two examples where two species have the same English names - eg. 'Redshank' can refer to a bird or a plant).
Thanks for that information, hopefully my observations will improve..
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