I'm sure there are a lot of plants that fit the criteria for the wiki, but haven't had a sponsor. Just because something isn't on the wiki doesn't mean it couldn't be. It could just mean no one has gotten around to adding it. Wiki contributors provide photos and information about the plants they are most interested in. Interesting that Randy has asked the question about Dodecatheon as I plan to add at least one species of Dodecatheon to the wiki when I have the time as I have good pictures of the "tuber"/ "caudex" and have gone through the criteria and feel it qualifies. One thing holding me back is whether I have to call it a Primula since the latest from the Jepson Herbarium folks is that is what the taxonomists are now suggesting it should be reclassified to be . Some of these kind of changes make me understand why some people prefer common names these days. If you referred to this genus as shooting stars a lot of people would understand what you are talking about, but would they if you called it Primula? I supposed we could start using the old Latin names as new common names. That's what I did with Zauschneria. Mary Sue >why dodecatheon species are not in the wiki? Just curious.