Something strange has happened with Sarcophaga carnaria. A few months ago I went through all the Australian ones and took them back to genus or family with explicit disagreements.
I happened to correct another one today and looked at the map; heaps had popped up again for not only Australia, but globally. Turns out all of the disagreements have somehow been reverted. Check this one out for example: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/43017479
7 months ago I explicitly disagreed with S. carnaria and brought it back to family, but now it says my ID of Sarcophagidae is disagreeing with Sarcophagidae (???), and disagreement has been overriden.
I’ve been seeing this as well as of the past week or so. They’re also not responding to the usual DQA trick (where checking and unchecking something causes the IDs to sort of re-synch - usually used for very old records before disagreeing IDs were a thing). I recall several minor ID synch issue with the taxon over the past few years, but they seemed to be just delays at the time.
When I’ve seen weird things like this happening because of taxon changes, deactivating and reactivating the taxa can fix things. Sometimes you have to deactivate the parent too which can be a pain depending on how many children it has and sometimes you have to do it more than once. But that’s fixed issues I’ve had before when creating complexes. Not sure if that’s super helpful or not but maybe helpful information to have out there.
I would’ve had a lot if I hadn’t just gone back and corrected them all (probably). I’ve recently gone through Gerridae from all states except CA, but there shouldn’t be any disagreements there. Maybe if I look through some Mexican records
Description of problem:
User uploaded observation, adding a species name
-> another user entered a genus name to disagree with the ID, however,
-> the statement says the user disagrees this is family..., although no taxon on family level has been entered
-> community ID is genus level (correct), but the ID of the observation is still on species level (user did not opt-out of community ID)
I did not interact with this observation to keep the status quo.
In the latter example, even the community taxon is at species level.
The disagreements are on subfamily level, and in this peculiar case, two times users disagree on family level, and one time (correctly) on species level: