Check for relationship errors deriving from geographic scope
Weakley originally inedicated that some of his concepts were < those of other workers because they included stuff that does not occur in the region covered by weakley. An example would be Fernald recognizing a variety specific to Newfoundland and this causing Alan to indicate his concept is smaller.
We need to systematically search for cases where Weakley concept X is < some other Y concept in work Z, and where Weakley concept X has no other relationships to concepts in Z. These will be eavluated as candidates for incorrect concept relationships.