Topic: All at sea

Natural England's "Invertebrate Common Standards Monitoring and ISIS test data" have some land records in the sea:
Occurrence record 536875945
Their account tells us "Data quality should be high"; not from where I'm standing (or should that be drowning?)


Re: All at sea

Another reason to move "bringing back commenting on records" higher up the fix list.


Re: All at sea

And another one mis-typed from Dipterists Forum's own journal by National Trust at https://records.nbnatlas.org/occurrence … 9f115a3f64

This creates a false record of a "pNationally scarce" species.

I'm guessing by the time that the next IUCN review comes around in 2022 the authors will want to use online data rather than laboriously working through piles of paper documents. Would that be advisable?