Have you got a good picture of ragwort that you can use in place of the duplicate of the flowerhead?
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I do believe Jonathan is trying to be kind here.
Otherwise I think, Colin, you have missed a trick because you have posted THREE identical pictures where (preferably) a note in Description or ID would have made plain the fact. perhaps even a link http://www.wildlifetrusts.org/species/ragwort
Links can be far more informative.
I do so hate the Interaction Graphic!
yes pretty direct I guess. Don't take it personally though Colin - I hate the Interaction Graphic thing - three same pictures in the post shows me how awkward it is.
My understanding is I-spot associations are drawn on two distinct data sets each being a named image or observation It can not search a description and arrive at an association it can however combine two data sets to form a conclusion whilst the image may be repetitive it shows Both Species the host plant and the species living on it which whilst another image would be preferable is enough As for links I am not sure what you mean in any case these do not link in the notes section and change and break all the time
Keep up the good work, WLR! We want everyone's first-hand observations of interactions. Good pictures of each species involved are the ideal.
There is more here for anyone who wants to read more: http://www.ispot.org.uk/help-interactions
Thank you Jonathan - Likewise - you are doing a good job on the new system
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