Evidence possibly transported unaturally far from its source

I had a similar thing happen, albeit with a dead lepidopteran rather than a living one: https://inaturalist.ca/observations/146360295

While this particular discussion has already been resolved, and I can’t really say that I doubt the reasoning of the identifier who advised me to mark it as not being Wild, I figured this might be a relevant addition to this thread nonetheless since I’m not sure if there are any hard guidelines to follow for these sorts of observations in the future.

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