Cmcheatle yep that makes sense to me, both are correct but it seems right to me that endemic takes priority in this case. It would be great if there was some way to indicate a species is both endemic (or native) and introduced to a region, especially for big places like Australia. I guess that could be hard/ messy to implement though.
I suppose another option would be to mark it as unknown, but that seems unsatisfactory.
Twan3253 that’s right I think, definitely native to both islands but it can’t be endemic to both. Ta!
I was going to mark it as introduced on the New South Wales checklist but Lord Howe is technically NSW, so that won’t work. I’ve marked it as introduced on my local city checklist, I’ll look for other relevant checklists.
Jnstuart yep it seems like that species should be marked as endemic on the checklist for Cuba. You could do that, it seems establishment means for species are added manually by users, as I discovered quite recently. A species can certainly be endemic to one location and be introduced in another location.