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Deletion of redirects
Hello @Allforrous: I have rolled back your redirects on a couple of members of the Acacieae. I have yet to create the relevant pages and transfer all the data but will get around to it soon. The GRIN links show the correct combinations as do other references. Therefore please do not re-delete the redirects and be very careful about making others like this. Making similar changes without a reference or two is not good practice. Regards Andyboorman (talk) 09:36, 19 March 2016 (UTC)
At the water pump is presently discussed two topics;
1.) is to follow a previous consensus and change all [[
BASEPAGENAME]] into [[
susbt:BASEPAGENAME]], something which already has started.
2.) is what to do with the Category: <<taxon name>> (<<any country>>) files created by Stephen Thorpe. Some 5 000 have so far been moved together at Candidates for speedy deletion, but concearn has been objected, that some of those files may be useful, in all, or that parts should be transfered somewhere, before a major mass delete. Please join the discussion at pump and take part in shaping a consensus.