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Odonata is an order, so your subtaxa are Families. There are only about 20, so you should be able to list them all. Just reproduce the list from the following page in your subtaxa section, changing the label "Subtaxa" to "Families".
Your list of subtaxa should be formatted like the following...
Suborder Anisoptera (dragonflies)
There are 2 purposes of images on your article: 1) to support the text, 2) and provide examples of your subtaxa. The gallery is to be used for the latter. You must provide the identity of the pictures, according to the gallery template that you deleted. Flickr users may not provide the identify of organisms, and therefore its usefulness for such purposes is limited. You should upload no more than 1 unidentified image from flickr. The National government agencies should be helpful (nps, usda, nfs, etc.)
For help on uploading requirement see: Help:Upload.
None of your images on Odonata have been uploaded with the proper requirements. You must edit the description page of the files you uploaded to include the following. I note the cuttlefish files have still not be fixed to include this information either.
Summary (There is no Summary information)
Copyright status free to Share to copy, distribute and transmit the work (for Creative Commons licensed docuements, you must include a link to the license)
Source Flickr.com (you must include a link to the file where the image and descriptive information can be found)
p.s. Descriptive filenames should ideally be the species name of the organism (names like "red" are not sufficient).
The edit you made to this page indicates you dont understand what is required on the images.
First - to fix the description page of your previously uploaded images, you must first click the link beneath the image that says "Go to the description page to edit the information that is found below." The description page for the images is on the Pool.
I went to Flickr, found one of your cuttlefish images and edited the file. Examine the following link. Below the photo you will see the edit history (the before and after), showing the information that you provided and what I changed it to. http://creationwiki.org/pool/index.php?title=Image%3AFishy2.jpg&diff=11765&oldid=11334
You must edit all of the photos you uploaded in a similar manner, but with specific links and summary info from flickr. Again (flickr.com) is not a link where the photo and its description can be found. A link like this one must be provided.
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Take a look at the edits I made - in particular to the text. Note that in most cases, it involved the joining of two or more sentences.