Green ash, Fraxinus pennsylvanica is considered Critically Endangered by the IUCN, a status that is technically global in scope as I understand it. However, it’s an introduced species in Europe.
On observations in Europe, it ends up looking like this, where the red CR indicates it is a threatened species and the pink exclamation point indicates it is introduced in the location the observation was made:
Should the conservation status be edited to reflect only North America, should there be a way to automatically suppress global conservation statuses on observations in places where the taxon is introduced, should it stay how it is, does it depend on the taxon/situation, or something else?
Also I have a bit of deja vu so perhaps this has been brought up before, but may have been on the Google Group or in an old flag or something.