Plant Database forum: How to edit info data attached to photograph?

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Name: Carole
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carolem
Jan 4, 2018 2:27 AM CST


I'd incorrectly noted that this was fruit, however it turns out to be a gall (known as a bush-coconut).

Can the word fruit be removed?



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Name: Joshua
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Australis
Jan 4, 2018 3:15 AM CST

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If you scroll to the bottom of the gallery page, you should find a link labelled "Edit this image's caption, details, etc." You can change the image gallery/type and caption there, since it's your own image.
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Name: Carole
Lake Macquarie, Australia
Butterflies Bookworm Region: Australia Birds Bee Lover Dragonflies
Garden Photography Salvias Seed Starter Enjoys or suffers hot summers Native Plants and Wildflowers Annuals
Image
carolem
Jan 4, 2018 3:24 AM CST
thanks Joshua hadn't found that for myself ... appreciated.
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Vincent Van Gough

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