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Old Friday 14th November 2014, 09:58   #1
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Opus has a page for Tristan Moorhen Gallinula nesiotis, tagged as extinct at the genus category, but the page lists a surviving subspecies G. g. comeri. This is split by IOC as Gough Moorhen G. comeri, but I don't know what Clements and H&M do with it. If still kept as lumped, then the extinct tagging of G. nesiotis needs to be removed; if split, a new page for G. comeri is needed.
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Old Thursday 5th March 2015, 14:37   #2
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Finally noted and done. H&M and Clements still lump the two forms so the skull had to be deleted.

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