One image or many?
Is this a single image, or 14 images?
If I draw rectangles around each, the rectangles overlap in part, e.g. the rectangle around 11a. intersects bits of the rectangles for 7, 11, and 12. Problem?
If individual rectangles, should each rectangle include the reference number, e.g. should the rectangle include the 1. above the upper-left shell? Or should it crop tight around the shell alone?
If individual rectangles, should I take care to include the shading e.g. to the right corner of 8.? Or can that be cropped?
Are the reference numbers (1., 2. etc) and magnifications(?) (X2, X3...) considered "Inscriptions" to be recorded?
Should the four words of the title (Proterozoic Murchisoniidae, pleurotomariidae, & Turretellidae) also be keywords?
Here's a similar case : http://talk.sciencegossip.org/#/subjects/ASC0000177
Hope this helps ! 😄
by trosesandler scientist
Great question! Separate boxes are more useful when multiple illustrations on the same page are separated by text and are about different topics or species. In this case, where the boxes for each illustration would overlap and are all about the same species you can treat this as one illustration with no boxes.
Scientific - Proterozoic Murchisoniidae
Scientific: Pleurotomariidae CommonName: Slit Snail
Scientific: Turritellidae CommonName: Tower Snail
Transcribe: [leave blank - reference numbers are not considered inscriptions]
Name; J. Donald Role: Illustrator
Name: A. H. Searle Role: Lithographer
Name: Mintern Bros. Role: Printer
Keywords: fossil; snail