Content Author Object Flagger Flag Created Reason Resolved by Resolution
smooth crabgrass (Digitaria ischaemum) apgarm Thu, 09 Jan 2020 09:23:07 PM UTC

It was accidentally added to the wrong Digitaria genus (Clams) instead of Crabgrasses

kevinfaccenda

fixed years ago

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As @malisaspring mentioned, it was added to the wrong one, but genus does seem to be fixed, but it is still showing up when I did a search for bivalves in NY
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?place_id=48&taxon_id=47584

Posted by apgarm about 4 years ago

It looks to be in the right place in the taxonomy. This may be a problem with how the identify tool accesses the information rather than with this taxon.

Posted by schoenitz about 4 years ago

Yeah, I did see it show up in the wrong taxon, but then I went to it again and it seemed fixed in the taxon, but still wrong in the search. Should this be a bug report?

Posted by apgarm about 4 years ago

Give it a day and then maybe bring it up in the forums?

Posted by schoenitz about 4 years ago

This is still showing Digitaria (grass) observations when searching for Bivalves:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?page=2&place_id=48&taxon_id=47584
page 2 has grasses from @susanhewitt , others. So. not an cacheing issue @bouteloua ?

Posted by lincolndurey about 4 years ago

Digitaria (bivalve) is a real thing http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=137684
but the creator also didn't add any species ...

Posted by lincolndurey about 4 years ago
Posted by lincolndurey about 4 years ago

Sorry, this is way above my pay grade...

Posted by susanhewitt about 4 years ago

Is this resolvable now? I tried looking at the bivalves in NY and no crabgrass observations came up. Perhaps it fixed itself? Or I could be misunderstanding.

Posted by dysm about 2 years ago

it's fine now...

Posted by kevinfaccenda almost 2 years ago

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