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Haxorus Electus

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by , 28th March 2011 at 10:51 PM (524 Views)
is a fictional Linnaeus binomial taxonomy name for Haxorus.

Simply put, it's the Latin equivalent of "leet haxor". "Electus" means "elected; chosen", and we all know that "elected" is where the word "élite" and hence "leet" comes from. "Haxorus" (the genus name) is obvious.

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Updated 28th March 2011 at 10:58 PM by Zekurom

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  1. Jadeco's Avatar
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    If "haxorus" is the genus, what other species fall under it?
  2. Zekurom's Avatar
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    The entire Kibago line.

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