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It appears some of the swaps resulted in Research Grade observations with 2 Maverick IDs and no other IDs. See these 4 from Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas, for example: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/184450104, https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/188721657, https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/185993172, https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/183990715. But many others are fine, like this one from Texas: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/189596649. Should this go in as a Bug Report?

Posted by suecar 8 months ago

No issue, it's people who opted out of community identifications. @aspidoscelis you might want to opt back in or otherwise fix all your identifications of an inactive taxa

Posted by kevinfaccenda 8 months ago

OK, thanks.

Posted by suecar 8 months ago

Hmmm Sue and I are not opted out of community IDs and our IDs are still labeled as maverick in her first link. Observation still research grade with the proper ID so probably not a huge deal, but I guess something is wonky with this merge or type of merge.

Posted by danbeckman 8 months ago

@loarie have you seen maverick IDs being created from a taxon swap before like the links above?

Posted by kevinfaccenda 8 months ago

Is this fixed? I manually triggered the mop-up

Posted by loarie 8 months ago

Yes, appears to be - thanks!

Posted by danbeckman 8 months ago

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