Ungrafted taxa numbers rising rapidly

Hi everyone,

The number of ungrafted taxa has suddenly ballooned to just under 600, from hovering around 100 for the last few months.

To keep up with the sheer volume I’ve started to just inactivate ungrafted taxa that were added more than two or three weeks prior and have no observations and no flags. It has become impractical to research and correctly curate them, due to the sheer amount of time needed.

I have been contacting users who add a high volume of taxa that become ungrafted and asking them to please only add taxa that they intend to make observations of in the immediate future.

Does anyone have any better suggestions on how to tackle this?


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