Some found by water's edge.
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Should have a sweet sickily scent and its a a lovely Wild Plant no need to grow :-)
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Should I change the id of these 'corrected' identifications? I'm not sure of the protocol.
I haven't been here long enough to get a sense of the customs of the country, but "My Spot" brings up "core observations changed by others", and your offered an ability to edit your observations, so I infer that your intended to change the heading, etc.
In the case iSpot is filing it correctly, but in the case of your Potentilla (tormentil) adding an identification as "Potentilla anglica/erecta" (or "Potentilla anglica" if you feel confident enough - I wouldn't make a call on your photograph, but you have your memories as a additional source) would get it filed correctly.
The Short answer Pam in the Edit facility would be to correctly annotate the title of the image so when it is searched or Hovered over it shows the correct naming. Of course you can go further and change the tags on the image for future searches etc
- in most cases the name is automatically changed and classified by virtue of recorrection and strength of agreements. The one thing i-spot doent allow you to do is edit your original ID , it does allow you to ammend it by taking another go partularly if no one else has already spotted a correct ID
For exmple in this case the plant is definetly meadow sweet but still shows as Aruncus dioicus (Hover the Thumbnail) Many people forget to do this and can be a bit misleading if for example you are scolling thru i-spot thumbnails for a sample specimen
In the My Spot section if you look above there is a track button which allows you to go chronologically back to work on any Obs you have made or ID's you have given
Again, thanks to you both for your guidance. I've done my best to amend all incorrectly identified plants. I've also posted a new Potentilla anglica, with lots of supporting photos, so hope that this time I've got it right!
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