reported by: Shyama Pagad firstname.lastname@example.org
These are the two genera I mentioned to you hose taxonomy is incorrect in GBIF. Genus Albizia belongs to Fabaceae, and, Leersia to Poaceae
Investigation from Donald:
The problem with Albizia seems to be coming from our interpretation of Catalogue of Life.
CoL includes two entries for genera with the name Albizia:
One of these is the actual genus in Fabaceae: http://www.catalogueoflife.org/col/browse/tree/id/17732203, while the other contains a single “provisionally accepted name”, Albizia tomentosa, listed as Asteraceae: http://www.catalogueoflife.org/col/browse/tree/id/17846104.
I guess the order in which we process these (and the fact that CoL seems to include both as at least in principle valid) has confused our processing. We need to consider how to fix this – and need to communicate with CoL (actually the Global Compositae Checklist) on the problem.
The situation is almost identical with Leersia:
The main entry is in Poaceae: http://www.catalogueoflife.org/col/browse/tree/id/17712908, while a separate entry in an unassigned part of Bryopsida includes a single “accepted name”, Leersia extinctoria:
In this case the problem case comes from Moss TROPICOS Database.