agree with Allan but to be absolutely correct, it's
There's no accounting for why some names are written as they are.
That's why biologists need to study grammar!
A bird by any other name....! Thank you both Larry and Nick. I guess biology and grammar both involve some form of dissectionOne problem is that there seems to be no rhymor reason to hyphenations. Capitalization of names is fairly consistent, though.
A dose of Latin doesn't hurt, either .