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If it looks like holly and feels like holly, then by golly its holly! ;-)
University of Edinburgh and Biodiversity Observatory (OU)
Thanks for that witty ditty Jonathan. :-)
I am puzzled why you head it "Unknown plant" then name it correctly?
I suppose I could argue it away by saying it is a matter of self-confidence, but it's actually my system of doing things. I label, with very few exceptions, all newly uploaded plants as "unknown" and then, as soon as I am fairly confident that either my identification is correct, or someone else's is, then I change the title to the identified name. It may seem a clumsy method, but it allows me at a glance to see which observations still need identifying (or identified with an acceptable probability anyway).
Not a bad system. I have labelled things wrongly, only to find out later and then the label becomes misleading. Your system avoids this.
Lat/Lng: 57.16, -2.2
OS grid ref: NJ880076