That was my first thought, as well. Nice looking site, some nice organizational options and whatnot, but I don't know my common names at all. I mean, Indian Ornamental means nothing to me; I could infer it's probably a pokie, but what about the 'Ornamental Baboon', which is actually a Heteroscodra?Originally posted by Code Monkey
Spiderhunter, if you've got any sway with this Chris guy, I would suggest that he might want to update the site. Nothing wrong with common names for reaching the casual hobbyist, but the "hardcore faithful" aren't going to order a T that isn't reliably identified by scientific name.
That's good to know, but it's still godawful design.Originally posted by alidpayne
Chris does have scientific names, just not in the main list.
When you click on any of the common names, it opens a new page with the scientific name and some details about the species and the size of the individuals for sale.