The original Japanese text calls it "ゴブリモンのべっしゅの デジモン", or "A separate/Another Digimon species of Goblimon".
What the localized game is translating as "distinct Goburimon species" is based on べっしゅ (別種), which just means "a distinct/separate species", rather than the -shu (種) form used in profiles like AncientGreymon's, which refers to it as if it were an actual clade. It's also used in the DigiGnome's profile to distinguish them as a different kind of artificial intelligence from Digimon.
"べっしゅ" is also used in the DSSM profiles for YukiAgumon and Shamamon. Oddly, the DSSM profile uses beshu to state that it is a "separate Digimon species of Agumon" (Agumon no Beshu no Dejimon), while the DRB profile states "a separate species of Agumon" (Beshu no Agumon). As far as I can tell, the pattern X no beshu no Y means something like "a separate species of Y that belongs to X", making Y the distinct thing separated into species and X as a kind of hazier upper classification. Either way, the "separate species" describes the topic of the profile (SnowGoblimon), not the group it's being classed into (Goblimon).
Athough it's just a design background, which is clear is that Rafflesimon is meant to be a Jogress between the two. I see it as a similar case as Susanoomon or Examon, they can be evolved via the normal way or via Jogress, but in essence they are conceived to be Jogress-type Digimon. So I would say yes.
are there sources that actually state each one was designed for each stage? such as like "we designed ___ to armor from ___"? so like, bucchiemon from wormmon. bandai go "we designed bucchiemon to come from wormmon"
Joe 23, Mimi 21, Izzy 21, Tai and Matt were on the previous pic with only them at 22, Sora 22, TK 19, and Karis age doesnt seem to be here but she'd be 19 as well I guess. we should be able to use this as a source for both this and tri, right? since its 5 years after Tri, and we know the timeline of all of them so far meaning we should be able to list both their Tri and new movie ages (not sure what we should put the new as though, maybe "DATM" ("Digimo Adventure The Movie) for now?)
its from V-Jump btw. Feb 2019 I guess since it's two months ahead
are these the same move? the version on the profile is "疾風天翔剣 Shippūten-shou Ken, whilst the one on DD is しっぷうてんしょう, which seems to be Shippūten-shou without the ken part according to google translate but I aint gonna trust google translte, I was just checking it. dawn/dusk seems to be a massive pain in the ass. I know sometimes the kanji or whatever is different but the word is the same like for renamon line sometimes, or the bubble attack for tsunomon
also, Lilamon is next and it isnt the same as Lila Shower, as I checked
i notice you add for files to be deleted after a week if the licensing isn't there, but we have some from mulitple years ago with said tag that are still there. should we go through these and delete them? (I can delete pics as a content mod)
this also leads to old versions of pics, eg some pics have old versions from like 10 years ago, or even weeks ago, that are just older versions of the same pic. should these be deleted to? since we're only using the most recent file, I feel like we should purge any old ones we come across.
That is due to Kryten not deleting it after the one week, or checking if it was used, and neither me nor Lanate keeping track of file text edits. In my case it's mainly due to being too busy to check everything on recent changes.
In regards to previous versions of images, I personally like to keep image histories, specially since one point of Wiki histories is the ability to check previous versions of things.
The ethos with fanart and unlicensed art is basically lax forgiveness -- the person who uploaded it has two protected days to add a license, and then after that it can be deleted whenever the staff feels like it, and the uploader doesn't get to complain because they were given more than enough time to fix the problem.
Also, I'm busy as hell.
Feel free to delete anything that has the delete template and is not official art. For official art, we should try to add the license or find a licensable version.