We as a community should strive for clarity. It really makes reading about some exciting new discoveries unnecessarily confusing, especially for those new to a specific field. Though not as bad as finding out dpy-1059342947 is actually dpy-10, here appears to be some recent examples where the non-standard ‘junior synonyms’ were used front-and-centre in publications:
Locus R06A4.2, accepted common name tebp-1, non-standard ‘junior synonym’ dtn-1.
Locus T12E12.3, accepted common name tebp-2, non-standard ‘junior synonym’ dtn-2.
Locus C38D4.4, accepted common name mip-1, non-standard ‘junior synonym’ eggd-1.
Locus F58G11.3, accepted common name mip-2, non-standard ‘junior synonym’ eggd-2.