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Never having reused an image, I was not aware of that. Makes sense, of course. Good to know.
Dan, only the copyright holder can see the link to “reuse” a photo.
“Anybody who would like to create a second observation can do so. Simply click “resuse photo”. I’ll go ahead and do it for this one.”
You usually have multiple photos of a particular mushroom. Knowing this, it makes a hell of a lot more sense for you to create the observations, since if I were to reuse a single photo, you would not be able to add more photos of the same mushroom to the observation.
Semantically dense photographs show more than one species. Here we have moss, two kinds of mushrooms, and a spider. This is how I found them, all growing together within a few inches of each other.
Anybody who would like to create a second observation can do so. Simply click “resuse photo”. I’ll go ahead and do it for this one.
Dan, please specify which of the two species this observation is meant for. Since only one name gets precedence, it is ideal to have only one species per observation.