The Open University have not supplied any backups of our data since June 2017, so any changes made to IDs or comments after that date are - I am afraid - LOST!! They will not be transferred to iNaturalist. So any mistakes will need to be picked up there.
There is probably a way of getting them to take them across, but I dont have the programming skills.
But the ID tools on iNat are superb and the thumbnails are double size, so that mistakes are very easy to pick up in the species pages (esp the grid view, but also from localities using the maps), and the pool of experts there is growing daily. Some "experts" (they count as just another vote on iNat) are quite excited by the tools, and lo and behold I might even get John Manning interested: he never spared iSpot a second glance after having tried it out, but iNat allows you to manage your curation.
The dates and images have been fixed, but the data corruption that occurred while the bugs were in operation have never been fixed, just totally ignored.
Curious that an "expert" does not know the difference between the two spellings - the fern and the scroff ...
(Heavens: how do you put up with the page jumping all over the place when one agrees: how did I ever enjoy this site?)