I don’t think it does…
If you ask me if it is going to be sunny tomorrow, and I say “yes”, and then you paint your house while it is sunny in the morning and it rains in the afternoon and washes all the paint off, would you complain to me that you got put wrong? There is a disjoint between the question asked and the outcome from that question… from this example, it is clear that what the question should have been is “will the weather be suitable for painting my house tomorrow”.
Everyone can argue all they like about what the questions actually ask, but surely what is most relevant here is “what is the outcome of the answer to that question”. One outcome is a genus level ID that does not count toward the CID, whereas the other outcome does. The first testifies to your belief that the genus is right, but offers no position on the species, and the other outcome clearly states that you view the genus to be correct, but the species is explicitly wrong. The questions need to be re-framed into context of the outcomes.
There was an indication in one of the replies by staff/developers that they are re-considering how the CID handles all of these cases, so it may be premature to be stating how things should be re-worded or interpreted, we might need to wait and see how they model it.