I read the topic about filling in our BAP forms correctly. I myself am guilty of possibly making it confusing as I have put the current name and synonymous name or location on the same line. Mostly because our species chart is pretty out dated also in some areas. Here is an example of a bap I just did. Pseudotropheus cyanerhabdos " maingano " on our BAP point chart it is melanochromis cyanerhabdos. This I new the genus changed and was a previous submitted fish by another member. I do my best to keep up with changes in the world of cichlidae. Where I had the maingano it looks like on the form it does look like cyanerhabdos maingano species name . Should the location name be in the common name/color form or variety spot. To me that place looks like just for a trade name, color form of a tank strain or variety ( like long fin or something ) . Maybe having a specific line for location if known would help . I normally just list the common name on that line or if it's guppy or such I would put the color form and tail variety.