As with the contributions I've made to a national butterfly and moth database, I am delighted to be a contributor to scientific knowledge. "This bug occurs in this county" may not seem like much, but...to someone studying biogeography and the movement of species, it is. With climate change already changing the distribution of plants and insects (and in some cases higher taxa, my data could be very useful indeed.
What species are "mine"? Great Spreadwing, Southern Spreadwing, Halloween Pennant, Common Whitetail, Band-winged Dragonlet, Twelve-spotted Skimmer. I'm sure they exist elsewhere in the county; they just hadn't been submitted/validated before.