>You could further divide the genus in subgenera (and sections) >classification which P Goldblatt uses: 5 subgenera: >1 Visciramosa >2 Monocehpalea >3 Moraea which contains 11 sections: such as Galaxia, Homeria, and >Gynandriris >4 Vieusseuxia >5 Grandiflora contains mainly summergrowers from the North and Est of South >Africa > >This classifaction really helps to understand the genus. It would be very >helpful to apply it to the wiki page Wouldn't this somewhat confuse people if they were looking for a particular Moraea and didn't know what type it was? We do have "younger" (in terms of how long they have been gardening, not actual age) who may be viewing the pages to find out what a particular species looks like that they have just bought (for example). Wouldn't that put a few people off bothering to look them up on the wiki? I agree it is definitely useful for those trying to understand the genus (and therefore a table listing which names fall under which category could be useful on the wiki) but I feel it would muddy the water for those who were trying to use the wiki for looking up pictures of particular species. Some of these pages can take a while to load now if you're on a dial-up modem, so having to then trawl through 5 separate pages to find the species you could find easily alphabetically would be a pain for non-broadband users. I had suggested to Mary Sue privately the use of some sort of split via alphabetic listing (i.e "Moraea species A - K" etc as this allows splitting at whichever letter is best to split so as to divide the page in half. It could also then easily be modified later on if we end up needing to split it into 3 rather than 2 (i.e "Moraea species A - F", G - N, O - Z etc) down the line somewhere. I guess it really comes down to what "lowest denominator" we are trying to cater for? Cheers. Paul Tyerman Canberra, Australia. USDA equivalent - Zone 8/9 Growing.... Galanthus, Erythroniums, Fritillarias, Trilliums, Cyclamen, Crocus, Cyrtanthus, Oxalis, Liliums, Hellebores, Aroids, Irises plus just about anything else that doesn't move!!!!!