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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.
Split this off the Centaurea (Knapweed) concept
Split the mollusc genus Rapa from this concept.
Split this from Asplenium: http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/tro-50068907
Split "Loridae" parrots from the primate concept and merged it with Loriinae & Loriinidae parrot HEs.
Merged in a couple of stray HEs from paleodb & Wikipedia
Merged in Rhamphastidae from paleodb
Merged in flower HEs from CalPhotos & BOLD which had landed on the Crustacean concept. Moved OBIS crustacean HE. Finished without notification and merged in a whole bunch of genus HEs that had landed on the Mimulus aurantiacus_x_bifidus concept.
Moved all the genus HEs to the genus concept and separated this from M. flemingii x longiflorus
Merged in Mononychus punctum-album from Flickr
Merged in a mantid HE from the flower concept.
Moved a bunch of bird HEs to the woodpecker concept. Thanks, the beetle & woodpecker Picumnus are now seperated. The beetle is probably a synonym, but the accepted name for this group is unclear.
Merged in a bunch of HEs from the beetle genus
Merged in Salakka from Spire based on information from Kari Pihlaviita: "A page with unknown purpose. Salakka is a finish name for the fish Alburnus alburnus and also fairly common Surname."
Merged in a whole bunch of plant HEs from the bryozoan genus and moved over a couple of bryozoan HEs.
Moved a whole bunch of plant HEs over to the plant genus and pulled in a couple of bryozoan HEs.
Pulled in a stray HE from the Senecio genus concept
Split Senecio antandroi species & Senecio cedrorum HEs to their own concepts.
Split this off the Senecio genus concept.
Split Pseudolysimachion into a separate concept.
Split this from Veronica: http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/search?q=Pseudolysimachion
Split a fungal genus HE from this beetle genus.
Merged in a stray HE from Flickr
Split this cuttlefish subgenus from the Leucaena salvadorensis (plant) concept.
Moved a whole bunch of cuttlefish genus HEs over to that concept.
Merged in a bunch of cuttlefish genus HEs from Leucaena salvadorensis, a plant species concept.
Merged in Sepia officianalis misspelling.
Merged in a stray HE from OBIS
Merged in Cyclodomorphorus gerrardii misspelling from Flickr
Merged in Cyclodomorphorus misspelling from Flickr
Merged in a Daubentonia HE from the aye aye concept.
Merged in a couple of plant genus HEs from the hummingbird Elvira concept.
Moved a couple of plant HEs to the Delilia concept.
A duplicate page of Barred Moray. -- This HE got pushed off to its own concept because the SI fishes resource has both Echidna polyzona and Poecilophis pikei Bliss which is a synonym. Merged the Echidna polyzona HE with the Echidna polyzona concept.
A duplicate page of Enchelycore pardalis. -- This HE got pushed off to its own concept because the SI fishes resource has both Enchelycore pardalis and Muraena lampra which is a synonym. Merged the Enchelycore pardalis HE with the Enchelycore pardalis concept.
Incomplete scientific name. Should be Leiuranus semicinctus. -- Fixed by selecting ITIS as the preferred classification. No idea what caused this in the first place. Don't see any capitalized epithets.
Moved snail HEs here that had landed on the fig concept. Flickr taxonomies are mixed. Added family & class tages to Flickr fig images to tease them apart. -- fixed with Flickr reharvest
Moved a snail HE to its own concept.
Split this gastropod HE from the fig species.
Moved a monkey HE over to the plant concept & merged in a bunch of plant HEs from the plant concept.
Merged in a monkey HE & moved a bunch of plant HEs over to the plant genus.
Moved a couple of misspelled fly family HEs to the Scathophagidae concept.
Merged in a couple of Scatophagidae fly HEs from the fish family concept.
Merged in a pseudo binomial from the genus concept.
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