We have one genus level ID, two species level IDs and one genus level ID from same family.
I would expect the logic here to be that it would remain at family or that it goes to species, but didn’t expect it to be held at genus.
Reading the RG rules again, I am reminded that it is based on what 2/3rds of people agree.
So in this instance, 4/4 agree it is Muscidae, 2/4 agree it is Eudasyphora cyanella and 3/4 of people agree it is the genus Eudasyphora. So leaving it at the genus of Eudasyphora does indeed fit with the more than 2/3rds rule.
BUT if, hypothetically, Entomokot were to withdraw his ID, would it then go to E.cyanella, as 2/3rds now agree on a species level ID? If so, this doesn’t seem to connect to the logic of the situation…
That is to say, logically, his ID to genus shouldn’t hold this observation back from going to species level…more than him withdrawing his genus ID ( UNLESS, if I understand correctly… that he has specifically used the disagree prompt in relation to the ID of Ophrys - which he cannot have done, as that was posted afterwards)
Does that make sense?
Sorry - I am mentioning this at the risk of being accused of nit-picking!
I am just curious because, as I mention in the thread, I am trying to get more diptera observations to research grade overall so the CV model is stronger for diptera.
And interested in addressing barriers to this.
This is admittedly maybe a bit of a niche situation though!.. :)
( this also relates to my comment in another thread