Why is this source showing as if it is attached to an ID?
The Tree icon alongside suggests this source has been already attached to an ID in Family Tree - and indeed is was! However, at some time (not today) it has disappeared from G7VN-1GH. The change log shows it was attached, but subsequently a merge has been undertaken.
Clicking on the icon in FamilySearch reveals nothing and the change log does not show the source was removed from G7VN-1GH.
Is this a bug, or what's happening here?
BTW - I have purposely not attached the census source to Alfred Tungate, so the problem can be investigated as it stands.
See https://www.familysearch.org/search/record/results?q.givenName=Alfred&q.surname=Tungate&q.birthLikePlace='England, United Kingdom'&q.birthLikeDate.from=1906&q.birthLikeDate.to=1910&count=20&offset=0&treeref=G7VN-1GH&m.defaultFacets=on&m.queryRequireDefault=on&m.facetNestCollectionInCategory=on
No problem in viewing the IDs other sources on the page have been attached to.
Here's another screenshot to help illustrate the problem. From Alfred Tungate's change log it appears the source was attached, on 17 August 2020, but appears to have become detached during a merge.
It is a conundrum for sure. I see that the 1911 Census stayed with Clara Agnes Enderby LKKJ_5BY and husband and most of the children.
The only people it did not stay with are: Ellen Hull 17 years old, servant. And Arthur Turngate child G7VN-1GH.
If you saved that 1911 Census in your Source Box, you can add it to Child Arthur Turngate G7VN-1GH.
Or if not saved to your Source Box, you can add it to Child Arthur Turngate G7VN-1GH by opening the source on the father, mother, or child who have it and then Click on the 1911 Census. Click View and Click on child Arthur and add him on the the following "Review and Attach Record" box.
Hopefully this is helpful. Very nice Family Tree!