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Hi eblock!As S Frazier has advised, you need to create separate spottings for each organism in the correct categories. Thanks!
Hello. The category "other" is simply the place to organisms that don't have their own category. This would include, but not be limited to, starfish, worms, snails, squid and jellyfish. "Other" is not the place to put unknown spottings or spottings with more than one group. However don't lump separate species photos together into one spotting if the species don't appear together in the same photo. Make separate spottings even if the location is the same. In the case where more than one species appears in a single photo, pick the most interesting species to represent the spotting, and assign the spotting to the group that the chosen species belongs to. There are several information spaces where the other secondary species can be mentioned if they are of interest. Thanks for your cooperation on this and your other spottings :-)
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Spotted on Apr 16, 2012 Submitted on Apr 16, 2012