I was reading the account of Pamianthe on the wiki, and I saw something which does not make sense to me. The wiki account states "The flowering tube is an amazing 20-25 cm long, and must need a very specialized pollinator." But the stigma and anthers are in fact close together in this species (as in most amaryllids), and most pollinators should have no trouble moving from one to the other. What the extreme length of the flowering tube requires is pollen which can grow from the stigma to the ovary 20-25 cm away. We need to fix this. Since I have not worked on the wiki in a long time, will someone else take this on? Jim McKenney Montgomery County, Maryland, USA, USDA zone 7, now nervously counting my Pamianthe chicks as they hatch.