Science makes progress through a constant process of re-evaluation. Revision and error correction are inevitable and generally healthy for the advancement of science. In biodiversity literature, re-evaluation of earlier work can lead to new conclusions, such as a revised taxonomic determination. When significant errors are discovered, conscientious authors may correct the record by publishing an erratum or corrigendum.

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Miller, J.A, T. Georgiev, P. Stoev, G. Sautter, & L. Penev. (2015). Corrected data re-harvested: curating literature in the era of networked biodiversity informatics. Biodiversity Data Journal, 3, e4552–e4552. doi:10.3897/bdj.3.e4552