C. Michael Hogan commented on an older version of Locations of barcode samples:
while this map is technically correct as far as registered barcode samples, it is somewhat misleading as the genus occurs broadly across n america
over 2 years ago
in review for being misleading.
C. Michael Hogan commented on an older version of Distribution:
in review for overlap and duplication with more detailed text objects. will hide since it is duplicative and offers less detail than several other range text objects for this species here on eol.
C. Michael Hogan commented on "Known prey organisms":
text object is literally correct, but total prey list is longer.
C. Michael Hogan commented on an older version of Localities documented in Tropicos sources:
correct text object, but see other range text object for this taxon for more detail within china.
in review for lack of detail
C. Michael Hogan commented on an older version of National Distribution:
low detail resolution set forth adequately in other text objects here.
Other range text object from IUCN gives more detail and covers this content.
duplicates information presented in more detail in other text objects for this taxon.
C. Michael Hogan commented on an older version of Range Description:
see also more detailed range text object from amphibiaweb.
in review for completeness
duplicates information in other text objects, while providing scant information itself.
duplicates more detailed versions of range in other text objects for this species.
this information is duplicative to that found in other more detailed text objects for this species.
C. Michael Hogan commented on an older version of Statistics of barcoding coverage:
little detail here. other text objects have this information and more detail.
adds no useful detail to other more complete range text objects here.
simplistic information duplicates other more detailed entries on this taxon.
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