I´m new to this, and I use the app to identify plants in my garden, so I know it´s not the preferred use case. However, I have a few plants that when i scan them it comes up with a suggestion which i know is wrong, cause i have bought the plant and know exactly what it is.
As an example is observation; 44153428
I add it as “cedrus libani”, but I know it is “cedrus libani ´Glauca´”
So first; should Glauca be a part of the ID?
Second; does anyone know if it´s helping the resarch that I am trying to correct the ID in this and similar scenarios (since this is a cultivated plant)?
Third, if it is ok that i try to correct the ID, how do i do it?
In the help file it says:
If a species or other taxon is missing from the iNaturalist database, first try clicking the “Search external name providers” link that appears after you search for a name and get no results. You can also try alternative names that we might recognize (common names, old scientific names). If that doesn’t work, add the original name to the description or as a comment. Then navigate to the taxon page where the name should appear, such as the genus of the missing species, and click “Curation,” then “Flag for curation” on the right side of the page.
I don´t understand how to navigate to the taxon page, could someone provide me with a step by step guide?