The second image is that a melanistic form, or another species..?
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You've suffered an explosion of brackets, Mick! I'd just put it down as Asellus aquaticus, then the carousel of other sightings will appear. ;)
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Hi Mick, use the drop down boxes to enter your ID's. Just start typing the latin name and then when the full name appears in the drop down, select it. By doing this you will reduce typo's. I have assumed that the extra bracket appeared as a result of cutting and pasting, if not then my apologies. Chris.
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I will try to do as you suggest, at least more often than I already do. :-/
I totally agree, Mick. It makes no difference, for example, if Chafinch only has 1 'f', as long as the scientific name is correct. Correcting such mistakes is a bit pedantic.
I only suggest a change when the typo is stopping the other pics from appearing on the carousel, as it was here. And even then I feel guilty for mentioning it...
No worries, don't ever feel guilty for putting me to rights, that will always be appreciated..
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