In order to “re-format,” however, it is crucial to understand how formatting went wrong in the first place.
Minor corrections to formatting or punctuation are made without comment.
The formatting of the original tables of contents has been normalised.
In a few cases, minor adjustments were made to the formatting for the sake of consistency.
Punctuation, diacritical and formatting markup have been normalized.
formatting of references to similar Family or Genus names were standardized to the most prevalent form.
Capitalization, accents and formatting markup have been normalized.
Some inconsistencies in formatting and punctuation have been retained from the original.
Punctuation and formatting markup have been made consistent.
Punctuation and formatting are inconsistent in the list of references and in headings.