This group doesn't lay eggs

I realized that iNat have a generality in elasmobranchs, and groups all orders as if they had the same reproductive strategies and characteristics, but elasmobranch are diverse in this.

for example this… Myliobatiformes doesn’t lay eggs, therefore this annotation makes no sense.

Do these annotations have any implications? Is some kind of empty information generated? Am I being picky? I saw this, and despite using iNat a while ago, I had never noticed this situation.

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If all Myliobatiformes don’t lay eggs, I can look into making an exception for them. But I don’t think it’s a big deal.

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