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See Taxon Clean-Up To Do List for a list of tasks to tackle. Tasks that have been initiated by have not yet finished or did not execute properly should be posted to Taxon Clean-Up Tasks With Pending Issues.
This moth article is showing up on the Chara alga page - Split the moth HEs to their own concept.
This text object should not be appearing on the Hystrix porcupine page.
This wikipedia stub should not be appearing on this echidna page http://eol.org/pages/34741 Fixed!
This is now correctly associated with Diceros bicornis occidentalis. Had to create a reference for this subspecies on the RR LifeDesk to get the subspecies HE. Diceros bicornus occidentalis: "This subspecies is often mistaken for either the extinct southern black rhinoceros (D. b. bicornis) or the southeastern subspecies (D. b. minor). However, the populations in the arid areas of northern Namibia and southwestern Angola represent a separate subspecies."
This moth wikipedia article was showing up on what appears to be EOL tree Cryptomeria--these 2 Cryptomeria are already in the homonyms collection. Moved moth classification out of the tree page and to the Noctuid page http://eol.org/pages/68773/ but had to manually associated the Wikipedia content as otherwise it didn't show up on either page.
split & move
This OBIS object is currently on the fleas page, it's probably a misspelling of Siphonaperta Vella, 1957. Made this change on 3Jan13, if OBIS objects we can change it back.
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