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Taxonomic Split 133742 (Guardado el 26/11/2023)

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Añadido por donalddavesne en jueves, 02 de noviembre de 2023 a las 02:01 PM | Resuelto por donalddavesne en domingo, 26 de noviembre de 2023
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Seeing a number of these are getting bumped up to genus level even though they are pretty clearly within the range of one of the new taxa. I am not sure if this is a common problem with taxon splits outside of areas that are "on the line" between ranges, just found it notable given the great distances between the South American and Australian populations. E.g., https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/5304439 https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/4790027

Anotado por jsulzmann hace 3 meses

This is because it is not possible to assign marine areas to a taxon distribution, unfortunately. All of these would have been observed too far away from the coast, presumably.
That being said, these cases could be easily assigned to one of the species based on their distribution, so they won't stay genus level for too long.

Anotado por donalddavesne hace 3 meses

Makes sense, thanks!

Anotado por jsulzmann hace 3 meses

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