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I believe I've found the issue. The __init__() referred to in the error message seems to be that of the class I'm defining. Presumably when I run the path_semigroup() method, it attempts to initialize a new DoubleQuiver for some reason, and includes an input for the "weighted" argument, something that the DiGraph constructor takes but the DoubleQuiver constructor, as written, does not.

Inserting **kwargs into the arguments of __init__ and the call it makes to DiGraph's __init__ appears to fix the problem by allowing for any missing arguments:

```
def __init__(self, digraph, multiedges=True, **kwargs):
edges = []
self._edgePairs = {}
for e in digraph.edges():
self._edgePairs[(e[0], e[1], e[2] + '0')] = (e[1], e[0], e[2] + '1')
self._edgePairs[(e[1], e[0], e[2] + '1')] = (e[0], e[1], e[2] + '0')
edges.append((e[0], e[1], e[2] + '0'))
edges.append((e[1], e[0], e[2] + '1'))
super(DoubleQuiver, self).__init__(edges, multiedges=True, **kwargs)
```

An aside: Another problem that this revealed, which provides further evidence that path_semigroup() calls __init__ again, is that the resulting path semigroup actually had all the arrows doubled again. I fixed this by checking whether the digraph input to __init__ is already an instance of DoubleQuiver.

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