I just want to clarify that I was not accusing David of stealing or Mary Sue -- God forbid -- of laziness. I know this is a (considerable) labor of love for everyone involved. I am certainly not volunteering go through and add references to every page! (Though I will happily add this reference to the Neomarica page if that is determined to be appropriate). I only meant to suggest that it would be very useful for those of us who write or edit the descriptions to note the source they are using. This goes back to earlier discussions about the relative uselessness of wikipedia*: the reference need not be up-to-date or even particularly good, but it is still authoritative in a way that the internet is (mostly) not. I would say that links are mostly superfluous anyway, all that is needed is a standard bibliographic citation. Best, Max * Of course, our wiki is vastly superior to wikipedia in that the contributors have a demonstrable and often profound knowledge of the subject. For example the discussions of intraspecific varibility by May Sue and others are (for me, anyway), just as valuable as an "authoritative" key.