I liken it to an audit trail and you're with the tax department doing a forensic audit. Find out who, what, where, when and then figure out why it's different. I'm sure I missed several databases to check.
vngarden wrote:Thanks for the links. Sometimes I am getting conflicting responses from various sources and I don't know which one is outdated or stay current.
In this case, it's a matter of opinion, not up-to-date-ness. Some people consider that Baldcypress and Pondcypress are sufficiently distinct to count as separate species, other people say they are too similar to each other to count as separate species. There's no right or wrong answer to this one.
My personal preference is to treat them as different species, but it's a very close call.