Firstly, I must have missed adding a comment to some records on the spreadsheet. For Saskatchewan ALL fungi can be opened up as stated to the requestor and earlier in this thread.
Saskatchewan has decided that all fungi/lichens they are willing to have “open”.
Now to address your points Reuven.
I just emailed Mike now in regards to 1. and 2. not sure what is going on there. I will update with his answer when I receive it.
I will email Atlantic Canada for clarity here. I must admit that I did not check the spreadsheet either to see if this was “supposed” to be obscured. I will of course update here when I receive a response.
I emailed Atlantic Canada, Alberta and Nunavut today about these and await a reply.
As for number 6, I apologize. I could not find these on the copy of the spreadsheet (of changes) I was using, there were a few versions created due to taxonomic and other issues that needed to be resolved. I must have missed P. constipata though as I can see that is on my spreadsheet. sorry.
As for number 7 the issue with the lichens is that the province was not originally identified and then I later looked them all up so some could have been missed. However I think most should be resolved soon, as SK can have all fungi opened up and I have sent Mike an email to check all the fungi. So please hold off making a new request for now.