Someone else posted a photo of what looked like this species, and I wanted to check the appearance of this species before posting my ID. Easiest way to do that is to bring up the species in the ID suggestions (automatically or manually by typing) and click View then click View More in the box with the photos.
That brought me to that page. Or, actually, it brings me to https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/162839-Euphorbia-milii/browse_photos , which has the same result. I think the link I posted above is after I checked to make sure the quality filter was set to “any”, i.e. I wanted to capture observations that were casual-grade since I know this is an ornamental species.
Incidentally, when using the Explore feature, it seems that I have to remove the “Verifiable” condition in order for my observation (and many others) to show up. So maybe that’s the hangup on the taxon photo page? even though there’s not a setting for undoing that filter.
interestingly, at least some of these observations come from outside of Florida. it looks like the screen is effectively ignoring the place filter.
I feel like I’ve run into that bug before at some point, but I don’t remember when. But that might also be why you’re getting any photos at all.
@brian_d My obs is on the Explore page but not on the Identify page that you linked.
Also I can’t find a filter thing for the taxon photos page that says ’ filter=“all” ', though this did get me to play with the observations page and find that apparently I need to turn off the “Verifiable” requirement for a bunch of E. milii observations (including my own) to show up. (I was doing this using Broward County, FL, US as the geographical criterion, for reference, as apparently that’s my default location filter despite my using the entire state of Florida for my taxon photo searches which seems to be a separately-saved thing.)
It’s likely the reason it’s not on the seen nearby is because all the observations in florida are cultivated.
I thought that “Quality Grade: Any” would allow those to be shown, but apparently not. It seems to me that there might be an invisible “Verifiable” filter, which would mean that no Casual observations ever get shown there no matter what other settings I set. (This makes me then ask, what does the Quality filter mean?)