Many taxa or group of taxa are well-known to be extremely critical as far as their identifications is concerned, that is in most cases only skilled naturalists can provide a reliable identification. This means that in the vast majority of cases these taxa are not identifiable on photographic material, especially with just one or few photos as it is in most observations.
Provided that being unexperienced is not something bad, I am still convinced that spreading clichés or commoplaces, that in many cases have been exhaustively reported as erroneous, is not something that goes in the direction of the diffusion of scientific knowledge. In many cases the names for a supraspecific identification (genus, subgenus, complex, section etc…) are available in Inat.
Nor computer vision identification is of any help in these cases since often the second proposed id is the “cliché identification”.
So, I wonder if there could be a solution for this issue, if it can be defined an issue for the iNat community.