That is useful, thanks David.
Without a Likely Banner they would stay in the Unidentifieds of course. But there might be merit in that, as they are all still in one place until a Likely ID comes along.
But will it? We have dealt with THOUSANDS that are older than 3 years and still they are piling in (not just inverts). Many of them are 'undesirable' - bad photos, no text and no current user.
I think all moths, dragons, worms and dogs should each be gathered into Collections; they need a HighTax ID for that.
If we then had a team allowed to add (and remove) tags then sub-collections could be made where there is no 'Low' tax ID. So that, in the future, if there is a future, then sub collections can be blitzed by those who are really interested and impossible ones perhaps binned.
HighTax ID have helped enormously to
a/ form Collections - currently called Projects
b/ empty the UNidentieds projects
I must say, that whilst these projects are rather unattractive for most users, I have learned a GREAT DEAL by getting immersed