On 14 Aug 04 at 8:36, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > For years, one well-known operation has photographed the fruiting > heads of Arum italicum standing jauntily in what I think is > white-spotted Zantedeschia foliage. You *know* how those arum > leaves look when the fruit is ripe.... Maybe scans of these impostures should be added to the wiki? It might be a useful resource for beginners. I think commentary pointing out the deceptive aspects would make it "fair use". -- Rodger Whitlock Victoria, British Columbia, Canada "To co-work is human, to cow-ork, bovine."