Yesterday, I edited various posts containing questions about ants, to add the "ant" tag. Four of these were rejected, with the same reason given:
In all four cases, the reason given for rejection was "This edit introduces tags that do not help to define the topic of the question. Tags should help to describe what the question is about, not just what it contains."
I can't understand how these questions could be considered not to be about ants! If the second question had been, for instance, "What happens to a social insect colony when the queen dies", then I would agree that it might contain ants, but not be about them. However, that question specifically asked about colonies of ants. The first question focused on a piece of alleged behaviour specifically in ants, the fourth was focused on the way ants use pheromones to communicate...
Adding the tags surely also makes it easier for someone looking for questions about ants to find them.
I apologise if "Why was my edit rejected?" questions are frowned upon in Biology Meta. But I really don't understand what I did wrong here, and I'm worried about triggering an edit ban if any more get rejected.