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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.
Moved a bunch of bird HEs over to the bird genus
Merged in a bunch of bird HEs from the beetle genus
Merged in a bunch of plant HEs from the bird genus
Moved a bunch of plant HEs to the plant genus
A page of plant genus Cobaea do not exists. It is linked from hierarchies to this Rosenbergia (Insect) page, in which the media collection is full of images of Cobaena (Plant). -- Separated Rosenbergia, the beetles, from Cobaea, the plant.
The Codiaeum variegartum page exists because of misspeling scientific name, should be variegatum. -- Merged with Codiaeum variegatum.
Moved a bunch of plant HEs over to the plant genus and pulled in a stray spider HE from NCBI
Merged in a bunch of plant HEs from the spider concept.
Moved a bunch of plant HEs over to the plant concept.
Merged in a bunch of HEs from the fly concept.
Merged in a bunch of plant HEs from the sponge concept.
All images are of Egeria (Plant) in this Egeria (Animal) media collection. -- Moved plant HEs to plant genus concept & merged in a couple of animal HEs.
Merged in a couple of plant HEs from the mollusk concept & moved over a couple of animal HEs.
Merged in a couple of plant HEs from the lep concept.
Several images of Gesneria (Plant) in this Gesneria (Butterfly) media collection. -- Moved the plant HEs to the plant genus concept.
Images 1-5 are not of Toxorhamphus iliolophus, but of Sialia sialis, collected San Lorenzo, Mexico as is seen in label of image 5. Images were misassociated at the source. Untrusted & re-associated.
Merged Metarbelinae & Metarbelidae
Split this from the pentatomid HE. Misplaced?
Moved a flatworm HE to its own concept.
Merged in a couple of beetle HEs from the flatworm genus.
Moved a couple of beetle HEs to the beetle genus.
Split the flatworm HEs to their own concept.
Separated misplaced fluke HEs to their own concept.
Separated these bogus fluke HEs from the annelid concept.
Split Brenesia flatworms & Centranthera (Orobanchaceae) from this concept.
Split this from the Pleurothallis (orchids) concept
Split these from the Pleurothallis (orchids) concept
Split off a Stomatopoda HE from Global Genome Initiative core metrics that had the leptostracan families in it. This needs to get fixed at the source.
Merged in Dinia aeagrus alt. spelling. Not sure which name is valid.
Split off a Leptostraca HE from Global Genome Initiative core metrics that had all the stomatopod families in it. This needs to get fixed at the source.
Split the Synalpheus/Zuzalpheus ul HEs to a separate concept.
Split this species HE from the Synalpheus genus concept.
Merged in a Chironectes fish HE from the possum concept.
Merged in an Unknown Issidae HE from a wastebasket "Unidentified/Unknown" concept. Several months later: Planthoppers in the millipedes! Looks like the culprit is some (not all) of the NMNH Entomology classifications. -Jen -- Must have snuck in because of the Unidentified/Unknown HEs. Moved the Unknown diplopoda HEs to a separate concept.
Moved the plant HEs to their own concept.
Moved a protist HE over to the protist concept and merged in a couple of HEs from the spider genus and a stray duplicate concept.
Moved a couple of hexapod HEs over to that concept.
Merged in protist HE from hexapod concept.
Merged in Cistudo genus HE from the Emys orbicularis concept.
Box turtle (Terrapene carolina) images were in the media gallery because the genus Cistudo was included in this concept. Moved it to the Terrapene genus concept.
Merged in Foresteria misspelling.
Merged in Foresteria hondurensis misspelling.
Merged in Galbula ruficuda misspelling.
Merged Miliaria calandra & Emberiza calandra.
Split this ostracod genus from the fungus concept.
Split the ostracod species to its own page.
PaleoDB (the crustacean) split to its own page.
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