@charlie we have the same problem with spiders, where certain common names seem to lead to mis-identifications as people (presumably) type in a descriptor in the ID box - “Brown House Spider” “Black House Spider” etc. - neither of these is found in North America so I sort of assume people start typing “Brown spider” and then click the one that comes up. But they are accepted common names so I’m not sure it would be proper to remove that association even if it may lead to fewer bad IDs.
This was an issue before the Computer Vision was in common use although it’s probably gotten worse since. Some of them are easy to clean up, but some (like Steatoda capensis “Brown House Spider”) are difficult because there are other similar-looking species that do look quite similar in photos so it’s harder to make informed corrections. I have a browser bookmark list of about 10 species that are not found here but are commonly suggested by the AI, and I periodically clean them up, but it doesn’t entirely stop the AI from suggesting them.