Prompted by this thread, I just had a look at my maverick IDs, and found some strange situations, which I haven’t touched yet for others to look at.
In one case, there are four IDs on the observation following a taxon split. One is of the now-inactive taxon, and the other three are all denoted as mavericks! How can the 3/4 majority of IDs (and all valid IDs) be maverick?
In a second case, my genus-level ID (Nephila) agreed with subsequent species IDs (Nephila clavipes). Then those species-level IDs were updated with a taxon swap (to Trichonephila clavipes), but my genus ID was not. In this second case, shouldn’t my genus have automatically rolled back to family, rather than being interpreted as conflicting? I have my settings set to automatically update with taxon changes, and while I can see that Nephila was probably split into multiple genera, I would prefer an ID rolled back to the common ancestor than left as the invalid taxon.