Not sure it has the specificity your looking for? but here goes.
RUE: Resist the Urge to Explain. It has a foot in ‘unwanted psychic distance’, a foot in ‘telling not showing’, a foot (it is multi-footed) in ‘on the nose dialogue’, and even a foot in ‘infodump’. It can also live in 'explanatory dialogue tags' and (sin of sins for most prose) come across as the author talking directly to the reader.
An example would be: “The snows getting heavier,” he said commenting on the terrible weather. Everything after ‘he said’ is (obviously) unnecessary explaining.
But the Urge to Explain can be a much subtler beast making it hard to spot. Especially as it often starts life as a way of the author orientating themselves in the story. (See that! ‘in the story’ was me falling into unnecessary explaining -- you already know I’m talking about a story).
How to catch the blighters? The best I’ve come up with so far is making an audio file -- they are easier to hear than to see.
All the best with the list. I'd be interested to see suggestions for tips of how to spot these issues in the edit. Such as word searches for key words (a group of the 'had' clan can indicate a infodump).