Not sure if this is properly classed as a bug report or a feature request. The system that allows curators to manually establish a link to a Wikipedia page with a different name than the taxon in cases where disambiguation is required seems to break down when you run the site in a language other than English.
For example this page : https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/83228-Hamadryas
Hamadryas is a butterfly genus, a plant genus, and the common name of a primate, as well as a concept from Greek mythology
The default Wikipedia page under Hamadryas points to the mythology feature.
Therefore, you can set the Wikipedia about link to butterfly genus which is at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamadryas_(butterfly)
But this only works if you are running in English. If for example you are running in Spanish, there is a Spanish language page for the genus, but it is https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamadryas_(Lepidoptera)
Thus when Spanish users navigate to the page, they get the EoL content which points to the primate.
Curators are basically left with one of two choices:
- turn off the about data for all users
- set it properly for English users, but in doing so recognize that other language users may be presented invalid information.
I don’t know if there is any available fix other than allowing curators to set multiple links to the Wikipedia information that are language specific.