Git-it "fatal: ambiguous argument"

Git-it "fatal: ambiguous argument"
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Somewhere in the workspace I think I must have introduced another branch and called it the same name as the one I am trying to commit a change to. How can I find it? Is my only option to delete the workspace and just start the tutorial over again?

olddognewtrix123:~/workspace/kloneklone/patchwork (add-olddognewtrix123) $ cd contributors
olddognewtrix123:~/workspace/kloneklone/patchwork/contributors (add-olddognewtrix123) $ git status
On branch add-olddognewtrix123
Untracked files:
  (use "git add <file>..." to include in what will be committed)

        add-olddognewtrix123.txt

nothing added to commit but untracked files present (use "git add" to track)
olddognewtrix123:~/workspace/kloneklone/patchwork/contributors (add-olddognewtrix123) $ git add add-     olddognewtrix123.txt
olddognewtrix123:~/workspace/kloneklone/patchwork/contributors (add-olddognewtrix123) $ git commit -m "hope this works!"
[add-olddognewtrix123 265d785] hope this works!
 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+)
 create mode 100644 contributors/add-olddognewtrix123.txt
olddognewtrix123:~/workspace/kloneklone/patchwork/contributors (add-olddognewtrix123) $ git-it verify
Verifying "BRANCHES AREN'T JUST FOR BIRDS"...

ACTUAL                             EXPECTED
------                             --------
"Found branch as expected!"        "Found branch as expected!"    
"{ [Error: Command failed: /bin/sh -c git reflog show origin/add-olddognewtrix123" != "Changes have been pushed!"    
"fatal: ambiguous argument 'origin/add-olddognewtrix123': unknown revision or path not in the working tree." != "File in contributors folder!" 
"Use '--' to separate paths from revisions, like this:" != ""                             
"'git <command> [<revision>...] -- [<file>...]'" != null                           
"]"                             != null                           
"  killed: false,"              != null                           
"  code: 128,"                  != null                           
"  signal: null,"               != null                           
"  cmd: '/bin/sh -c git reflog show origin/add-olddognewtrix123' }" != null                           
""                              != null                           
# FAIL

Your solution to BRANCHES AREN'T JUST FOR BIRDS didn't match the expected output.
Try again!