These two observations do not appear when I use the ‘Explore’ interface to view my observations - search by taxon name returns ‘no results’.
They also don’t appear in a Project that all my other obs appear in - https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/projects/aldinga-bay-south-australia
However they do appear when I list my obs in ‘Edit Observations’ - search on ‘Japanese’ shows them too.
Thomas … a supplementary question (if you could or point me to the appropriate source).
Firstly, how do I filter for ONLY ‘Casual’ items? I realise I can turn-off ‘verifiable’ and I’ll get everything, but I only want to see my obs that are ‘casual’.
While trying to do this, I turned off ‘verifiable’ and checked ‘introduced’ - a Koala came up in the list! What would be making that happen? I looked at the ‘quality’ table for the observation but couldn’t see anything unusual.
note the string appended to the end: &quality_grade=casual
At the moment you have 11 casual observations:
6 marked not wild
2 which you’ve marked as the ID being as good as it gets at a rank coarser than subfamily
1 as above, but someone else marking it (I voted against that, so it’s 10 observations now)
1 as above, but it was at a level finer than genus, but didn’t have a second ID (I voted against that, now nine observations)
your koala observation is in an area where the population is considered to be introduced