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Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis) - Polygonia interrogationis

Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis) - Polygonia interrogationis
Greenville, Washington County, Mississippi, USA
June 29, 2008

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Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis) - Polygonia interrogationis Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis) - Polygonia interrogationis

Moved
Moved from Butterflies.

Is this the same specimen as
Is this the same specimen as the open winged photo I just commented on? If so, the two photos should be linked together. See the help section .

BTW, I can confirm that this is a Question Mark, so go ahead and move it to the species page. The help section will give you info on how to tag your images and then move them to the place they belong.
Nina

 
Question Mark
Yes, this is the same specimen as the open winged photo. Thanks.

 
Hi James, you can link the ph
Hi James, you can link the photos by doing the following:


First, you need to tag one of the images. This is from the Help section:
Tagging serves many purposes. First, it's a handy way to keep track of an image that you might want to return to or reference in a posting. Tagging is also useful for moving images around on the web site and for linking images of the same specimen

You can untag all your tagged images at once by clicking the "untag" link below the collection of tagged images. You can untag specific images by viewing them and clicking the "untag" link.

Any tagged images are forgotten when you log out.

Then link images that were submitted separately:

Simply tag each image you are interested in linking, and then click "link" below the tagged images that appear to the left of the page. "Link" only appears when all tagged images were submitted by the same contributor.

Only images of the same specimen or group of specimens should be linked together.


Then you need to move the tagged images to the correct area.
I just posted a detailed description of how to do this here.

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