::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 [http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v423/n6941/abs/nature01669.html 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)