Does iNat have a way of dealing with ‘nonstandard’ but well-accepted taxa? I am thinking mostly of the genus-groups used for Phaneropterine katydids but I’m sure there are other examples. The genus-groups are extremely well-accepted and are found in scientific papers, books, and faunal checklists including Orthoptera Species File and the Atlas of Living Australia.
It would be extremely helpful if these could be added because often a genus is not quite possible from most photos (especially in Australia where I mostly ID), and the alternative is leaving it at subfamily rank. E.g. the genus-group Taeniomenae contains two genera where nymphs are very difficult to distinguish, and being able to ID it to the genus-group would be far better than just leaving it at Phaneropterinae, which has 2000+ species.
Does iNat have a solution to this? I could create the taxa and have them ranked as something else, but that doesn’t seem right as they are not tribes etc., and it may be more difficult to coordinate with external sites. Thoughts, everyone?