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::The scientific literature contains plenty of examples of this type of tripartite names -- names like ''Homo sapiens neanderthalensis'' and ''Pan troglodytes verus'', written exactly like that, are ubiquitious in peer-reviewed journals, also in articles that formally name a subspecific taxon, such as [ White et al. 2003]. This can easily be verified with Google Scholar. So I really don't understand why you find them so offensive.
::If you had started out this topic by asking if I might not be doing a mistake by using names of that form, or if there might be a bug in my bot code, and tried to explain in polite terms why you think it's a mistake, this would have made our discussion smoother. [[Gumaramit:Lsj|Lsj]] ([[Hiruhimangaw hiton gumaramit:Lsj|hiruhimangraw]]) 13:52, 18 Hunyo 2014 (UTC)
::::Names like ''Homo sapiens neanderthalensis'' and ''Pan troglodytes verus'', written exactly like that, are indeed common in peer-reviewed journals, but they are names of animals. Scientific names of animals are governed by the [ ''International Code of Zoological Nomenclature''], and names of subspecies are indeed given in the form you describe. This can be so because for names of animals there is only one rank allowed below that of species, and there is no risk of confusion.
::::        Scientific names of plants are governed by the [ ''International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants''], and constitute an entirely different and separate universe. For scientific names of plants there can exist an indefinite number of ranks below that of species (basically as many as you like), and it is obligatory to add a rank-denoting connecting term (there may easily be ten different "''Fantastica alba alba'''s": ''Fantastica alba'' subsp. ''alba'', ''Fantastica alba'' var. ''alba'', ''Fantastica alba'' subvar. ''alba'', etc, etc).
::::        What you are doing may indeed be described as "inventing and introducing false information" (your wording). And you are clearly not taking something straight from a named source, unless you are calling the roundabout and faulty "api" straight. The website you are using is correct in its information: your work is not. - [[Gumaramit:Brya|Brya]] ([[Hiruhimangaw hiton gumaramit:Brya|hiruhimangraw]]) 16:43, 18 Hunyo 2014 (UTC)