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Platform (Android, iOS, Website): Website
App version number, if a mobile app issue (shown under Settings or About):
Browser, if a website issue (Firefox, Chrome, etc) : Any
URLs (aka web addresses) of any relevant observations or pages:
Furcula borealis - https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?verifiable=true&taxon_id=220228&place_id=&preferred_place_id=&locale=en
Furcula occidentalis - https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?verifiable=true&taxon_id=220232&place_id=&preferred_place_id=&locale=en (UPDATE: This one has been corrected by inactivating/reactivating again, which has not worked for the other four species)
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Description of problem (please provide a set of steps we can use to replicate the issue, and make as many as you need.):
There was a previous bug with certain taxa not being properly classified in the correct subfamily (with some observations being split between two different higher-level groups when they should all be subsumed under a single subfamily) discussion here: https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/some-taxa-not-being-classified-according-to-higher-taxa/23940/9
The solution was to inactivate/reactivate these troublesome taxa and now the higher classification issue is rectified. However, a new bug arose. For some (oddly enough, not all) of the taxa that were inactivated and immediately reactivated (URLS provided above) nearly all RG designations have been stripped, and so observations “need ID” despite having two or more IDs in agreement. How do we go about reinstating all these hundreds of RG statuses? I tried inactivating/reactivating one of these species again but that didn’t fix it
Taxa in question are: Cerura vinula, Furcula borealis, Furcula occidentalis, Furcula cinerea, and Furcula furcula
Thanks in advance!