I have adding identifications for a few months now. What I don’t know is, at what point should I not bother adding another identification that agrees with all the others. I sometimes see two or three additional identifications after the observation has become “Research Grade”
If the observation is:
“Needs ID”, Then I will add an identification that agrees with the observers Identification.
“Research Grade” (with one other person’s identification agreeing with the observer’s identification). Should I add one more identification that agrees with the other two or should I use my time elsewhere?
When I don’t agree with the observer’s identification, I always add my identification if I can justify my opinion by describing features in the photo that point to a different or refined identification.
What is everyone’s opinion?