Thanks for confirming the LNAB for this Schoonhoven, Navarro! I added details like the parents' names to the citation -- these New Netherland baptism records that include the child's name, parents' names (including mother's birth name), and witnesses' names are incredibly rich information sources, so it pays to document them fully. And I added the project as a manager and changed the LNAB.
Wikitree doesn't have a real efficient way of informing a project that a profile that is within the scope of the project, but doesn't yet have the project as a profile manager, needs a new LNAB. The most useful thing you can do is document the correct LNAB in the text section of the profile (you can make a Research Note section for this). Also, at least until we set up a better system, add a profile message saying what the LNAB should be -- that will send a message to the profile manager.
Just FYI, this profile was created in the famous/infamous DeCoursey gedcom import from the early days of WikiTree. Bill DeCoursey had a very extensive collection of genealogical material posted online that somebody (maybe DeCoursey, or maybe someone else) imported to WikiTree as a Gedcom. Much of his genealogy was good, but few of his sources survived the imports, and details like dates and places often didn't get entered into the profile data. (I've found some of his material in archive form on the Internet, often with sources and annotations that help elucidate his thinking -- and may help either to confirm his info or determine why it's wrong). WikiTreers run across his material pretty much everywhere, and add sources, merge duplicates, gripe about it, etc.