Talk:Nepenthes rowaniae

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Um... the spelling thing...[edit]

If the spelling is wrong, why not correct the spelling, movethe article, and post a redirect at the incorrect spelling to here, rather than list it under the incorrect spelling and then bitch about it being consistently spelled wrong?

Further, it sems to me that regardless of the language structure of the root from which the word is derived, if the scientific community is using the other spelling constantly and consistently, then the correct spelling is 'rowanae'. After all, this is scientific nomenclature, not real latin, and that's the way the word is used.

The paragraph complaining about the spelling seems whiny and unprofessional.67.169.63.116 06:37, 21 October 2006 (UTC)