sec and sensu not correct if misapplied name relationship reference exists
Currently, if a misapplied name taxon has a secundum reference and a misapplied name relationship reference something like TaxonName sec. Author1 sensu Author1 is shown where Author1 is the secundum reference (author) in both cases.
Instead the misapplied name relationship reference/author should be shown.
Example: Nepenthes gracillima
Also we need a better label for sensu here. Something like "misappl. sec./acc./sensu" (?). There is some email communication about the correct label. Need to find it.
Updated by Andreas Müller over 1 year ago
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This to me seems to be fixed with the implementation on formatter for taxon relationships (misapplications and pro parte synonyms) some time ago. We do have sensu and err. sec. now for distinction.
Please reopen if you think that there is still an open issue.