Below is a example (searching for the plant genus Fitzalania).
This example shows one reason phylogenies are useful. Although GBIF (which supplies the data for the map) recognises Fitzalania, a recent study in TreeBASE shows that this renders Meiogyne paraphyletic, and so moves the Fitzalania to Meiogyne. Hence GBIF's taxonomy is somewhat behind the current state of knowledge about these plants.
The paper merging these two genra (doi:10.1600/036364414x680825) also shows up in the CrossRef results. Unfortunately TreeBASE doesn't have the DOI for the paper, so linking these two results (the TreeBASE study and the corresponding paper) will require some work. This is another reason why I'm playing with iSpecies: I want to see how many identifiers we can uncover to connect results from different sources, and how many cross links we need to add before it all comes together in a nice linked graph of data.