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:::Does anyone think we should list them? I'd like to advance this case. [[User:Yvnr|Yvnr]] ([[User talk:Yvnr|talk]]) 13:48, 16 August 2013 (UTC)
 
:::Does anyone think we should list them? I'd like to advance this case. [[User:Yvnr|Yvnr]] ([[User talk:Yvnr|talk]]) 13:48, 16 August 2013 (UTC)
 
::::It had already been decided that they should be listed due to having their own official localizations in games. --[[User:神奇超龍|<font color="#2B547E">'''超龍'''</font>]]<sub><small>「'''[[User talk:神奇超龍|Chao]]'''」</small></sub> 14:01, 16 August 2013 (UTC)
 
::::It had already been decided that they should be listed due to having their own official localizations in games. --[[User:神奇超龍|<font color="#2B547E">'''超龍'''</font>]]<sub><small>「'''[[User talk:神奇超龍|Chao]]'''」</small></sub> 14:01, 16 August 2013 (UTC)
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:::::It would've been helpful if this information had been declared from the start, instead of 13 months later. How about I change every Italian meaning instance of "Same as English name" to something like "Italian localizations always use English species names" (and likewise for Spanish)? This would remedy the current implication of Italian/Spanish localizations of species names actually existing, which is the obvious interpretation to the reader who has not browsed hundreds of species article In other languages sections. Also, I think a bit of reordering is in place for the European languages; it currently goes French-Spanish-German-Italian, an order which I do not follow the logic behind, while an alphabetic French-German-Italian-Spanish would have the two non-cases adjacent, thus making the tables easier to read. [[User:Yvnr|Yvnr]] ([[User talk:Yvnr|talk]]) 06:55, 17 August 2013 (UTC)
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