Aviso: Some or all of the identifications affected by this split may have been replaced with identifications of Pica. This happens when we can't automatically assign an identification to one of the output taxa. Review identifications of Pica pica 144106

Taxon split aaaaaa 48px Taxonomic Split 57605 (Guardado el 17/01/2020)

This is a retroactive split - Pica mauritanica etc. were added when they should have been split off from Pica pica. We are now splitting Pica pica after the fact to sort out existing identifications of Pica pica that now apply to Pica mauritanica etc.

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Añadido por rjq el 18 de mayo de 2019 | Comprometido por loarie el 17 de enero de 2020
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@loarie @maxkirsch can this be committed? Issues are coming up with both P. pica sensu lato active, but also the elevated subspecies, e.g. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/9190466

Publicado por jwidness hace 10 meses (Marca)
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New taxa have been atlased. They don't all have range maps as IUCN doesn't accept all the splits, only those of mauritanica and asirensis

Publicado por rjq hace 10 meses (Marca)
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I can make maps for P. bottanensis, P. serica, and P. pica sensu stricto. If I follow this map: https://bioone.org/ContentImages/Journals/jzoo/34/3/zs160119/graphic/f01_185.jpg would that work? Per the paper it came from (https://bioone.org/journals/zoological-science/volume-34/issue-3/zs160119/Deep-Phylogeographic-Breaks-in-Magpie-Pica-pica-Across-the-Holarctic/10.2108/zs160119.full) I would put serica, jankowskii, and anderssoni in the serica map.

Publicado por jwidness hace 10 meses (Marca)
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Hm, well I added maps for bottanensis and serica, but the P. pica sensu stricto map that I uploaded isn't showing up. I checked it for geometry errors and didn't find any, maybe something to do with the large size?

Publicado por jwidness hace 10 meses (Marca)
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Thanks. Have tweaked the atlases to match. Strictly speaking it doesn't need a range map for the split to be implemented.

Publicado por rjq hace 10 meses (Marca)
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The Pica pica sensu stricto map just needed some time. I also padded the atlases a little more where pica meets serica since the source map has a bunch of question marks there. It will just force genus IDs and anyone who feels strongly can move back to species level. Cool?

Publicado por jwidness hace 10 meses (Marca)
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That's great. Having some overlap is good, and I doubt there are many records from the overlap zone.

Publicado por rjq hace 10 meses (Marca)
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Ok, I think what's left to be done here is:

move all the remaining subspecies from P. pica sensu lato to P. pica sensu stricto (all of them belong in the strict definition)
commit this taxon change
update the frameworks for P. pica sensu lato and P. pica sensu stricto

@loarie @maxkirsch I think only you guys can finish this off

Publicado por jwidness hace 10 meses (Marca)
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@loarie is there some lag of old IDs being updated acc. to split? Loads of observations have the inactive ID, some are updated, and some have both updated and inactive IDs (eg www.inaturalist.org/observations/390279)

Publicado por jakob hace 7 meses (Marca)
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Does seem to be going very slowly. The other taxon changes have gone through.

Publicado por rjq hace 7 meses (Marca)
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Just for my curiosity/tracking purposes, there are currently:
8744 P. pica sensu lato obs
31 P. mauritanica
0 P. asirensis
16 P. bottanensis
1054 P. serica
2600 P. pica sensu stricto

There are 27 observations at Pica (genus) that have at least one active ID of the inactive P. pica sensu lato.

Publicado por bouteloua hace 7 meses (Marca)
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Have also been keeping an eye on these, the numbers of P. pica sl have gone down by about 400 in 10 hours. This may be people changing their IDs, with no automatic changes being made.

Publicado por rjq hace 7 meses (Marca)
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yeah definitely taking a long time - well we knew that changing this taxon with > 10k obs was going to test the system. I guess its good to find those limits though so we can try to figure out how to make them scale better (glad we didn't change mallards ;)

Publicado por loarie hace 7 meses (Marca)
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@loarie only 220 changes have gone through in 19 hours - does this mean that the taxon change isn’t actually being processed by the system, and the only changes are people actively updating their records? The other changes were much quicker, including the Ruddy Duck split with 9000+ obs.

Publicado por rjq hace 7 meses (Marca)
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we are now caught up on delayed jobs so anything still not sorted is an error. Looks like there was an error associated with this "undefined method `observations_places' for nil:NilClass" We'll look into it - I suspect it has to do with some bug with ID sorting by atlas that this split uncovered - once we identify and fix the bug, we can re-split

Please let us know if you see any other changes that looked like they failed (ie are still not sorted now that everything has finished processing)

Publicado por loarie hace 7 meses (Marca)
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thanks for the update

Publicado por bouteloua hace 7 meses (Marca)
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ok this was rerun (with the problematic ID without an observation that crashed it removed) and it looks good now. The remaining content on Pica pica 144106 appears to be from people who opted out of the CID and opted out of taxon changes creating new IDs.

So it looks like 2 bugs so far:
(1) the updated obs.taxon bug: https://github.com/inaturalist/inaturalist/issues/2559
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(2) this commit_records bug when identification.observation doesn't exist https://github.com/inaturalist/inaturalist/issues/2562

there's also lots of ES indexing delays, e.g. the 16k obs that still get returned by the API under taxon_id 15984 even though they are now under taxon_id 980017 https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?verifiable=true&taxon_id=15984&place_id=&preferred_place_id=1&locale=en from this splithttps://www.inaturalist.org/taxon_splits/67564
we're looking into whether this is a 3rd bug or just slow ElasticSearch indexing

Publicado por loarie hace 7 meses (Marca)

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