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    • Type: Improvement Improvement
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
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      The new backbone for august 2016 is to be manually reviewed before we can go live. Document issues, improvements and other findings

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          Markus Döring added a comment - - edited

          There are 187.747 deleted ids/names in the new backbone, 276.457 newly created ones and 7.037 resurrected ones.


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          48.067 of the deleted taxa have attached occurrences. The largest being (see attached deleted occurrences.csv.zip for all):

          taxonKey, rank, scientificName, occurrenceCount
          2479601,SPECIES,Eolophus roseicapillus,247947
          8030167,SPECIES,Cirsium arvense Tehran-Peykanshahr,173699
          2493058,SPECIES,Phylloscopus sibilatrix,161616
          2706008,SUBSPECIES,Phleum pratense pratense,94867
          8112234,SPECIES,Inachis io Npv,92995
          7551339,SPECIES,Nuphar lutea Sibth. & Sm.,79106
          7815657,SPECIES,Thunnus alalunga,78290
          2494856,SPECIES,Corcorax melanorhamphos,68807
          2498253,SPECIES,Alopochen aegyptiacus,61533
          
          • Eolophus roseicapillus is fine, see POR-3152
          • Cirsium arvense Tehran-Peykanshahr is actually no author but a location introduced in the last backbone by Plazi. Fixed in POR-3151
          • Phylloscopus sibilatrix is an orthographic variant synonym of the still existing and accepted Phylloscopus sibillatrix (Bechstein, 1792) taxonKey=8128385
          • Inachis io Npv is a virus, Inachis io (Linnaeus, 1758) still exists and Inachis io Npv also, but with a different key. Maybe virus names are matching badly. There are 92k current occurrences badly linked to the virus instead of the butterfly right now, but the new author aware matching should be fixing this
          • Alopochen aegyptiacus (Linnaeus, 1766) is an orthographc variant of Alopochen aegyptiaca (Linnaeus, 1766)
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          Markus Döring added a comment - - edited There are 187.747 deleted ids/names in the new backbone, 276.457 newly created ones and 7.037 resurrected ones. DELETIONS 48.067 of the deleted taxa have attached occurrences. The largest being (see attached deleted occurrences.csv.zip for all): taxonKey, rank, scientificName, occurrenceCount 2479601,SPECIES,Eolophus roseicapillus,247947 8030167,SPECIES,Cirsium arvense Tehran-Peykanshahr,173699 2493058,SPECIES,Phylloscopus sibilatrix,161616 2706008,SUBSPECIES,Phleum pratense pratense,94867 8112234,SPECIES,Inachis io Npv,92995 7551339,SPECIES,Nuphar lutea Sibth. & Sm.,79106 7815657,SPECIES,Thunnus alalunga,78290 2494856,SPECIES,Corcorax melanorhamphos,68807 2498253,SPECIES,Alopochen aegyptiacus,61533 Eolophus roseicapillus is fine, see POR-3152 Cirsium arvense Tehran-Peykanshahr is actually no author but a location introduced in the last backbone by Plazi. Fixed in POR-3151 Phylloscopus sibilatrix is an orthographic variant synonym of the still existing and accepted Phylloscopus sibillatrix (Bechstein, 1792) taxonKey=8128385 Inachis io Npv is a virus, Inachis io (Linnaeus, 1758) still exists and Inachis io Npv also, but with a different key. Maybe virus names are matching badly. There are 92k current occurrences badly linked to the virus instead of the butterfly right now, but the new author aware matching should be fixing this Alopochen aegyptiacus (Linnaeus, 1766) is an orthographc variant of Alopochen aegyptiaca (Linnaeus, 1766)
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          Markus Döring added a comment - - edited

          There should be 2 Axiidae families according to CoL in the nub, but we only have 1.
          The Lepidoptera one is nowadays regarded as a synonym of Cimeliidae
          See also http://dev.gbif.org/issues/browse/CLB-72

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          Markus Döring added a comment - - edited There should be 2 Axiidae families according to CoL in the nub, but we only have 1. The Lepidoptera one is nowadays regarded as a synonym of Cimeliidae See also http://dev.gbif.org/issues/browse/CLB-72

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