> There is a problem with the wiki and indeed with any photos > that show a small portion of the plant. I have complained mildly > about this before that often ONLY flower close-ups are not enough to > ID an unknown. It would be nice to have some idea of scale such as a > ruler, a hand or other unit of measure. And it would be nice to see > the entire pant habit. Turns out Homeria has a single stout leaf per > plant and a distinct basal form (Thanks Mike). > > Ahhh... but is it a problem of the wiki? or a problem of your expectations? I consider any website as helpful and useful and wonderful if it can give me information about a rare or unusual plant. I don't get bothered by a site because it can't provide everything I want. Generally, instead, I criticize Google for that. :-) As someone mentioned earlier... it's amazing how often I'll Google search something only to be directed to the PBS wiki. And so often I find that PBS wiki has most of the useful info on that oddball plant. "There is a problem with the wiki..." No way! Them's fightin words! :-) After icanhascheezburger.com, the pbs wiki is probably the best. website. evarrrr!! (not including signa.org and arilsociety.org, which are truly awesome). Lol. Dennis in Cincinnati... who is going stir crazy from all this snow.