This species, new in Graham Duncan's new book, is included as an accepted name in the Kew World Checklist, http://apps.kew.org/wcsp/advsearch.do which is probably a much better reference than Plant Finder. Jim Shields At 03:03 PM 1/6/2014, you wrote: Be aware The Plant List is usually slow to update recent changes and new species. If something is not included it only means it's just not listed. In theory if it is generally accepted as a synonym it would still be listed there. It seems none of the new species from the monograph are listed. I don't think any of these are contested. I know of many changes in Zingiberaceae that are widely accepted that aren't listed there correctly. It's a useful resource but has its limitations Tim Chapman >, > > Lachenalia canaliculata does not appear to be generally accepted - it is > not on The Plant List, (but is on Kew e-monocots). > > Does anyone have an opinion if this species is worthy of inclusion in > the PBS wiki? > > > > > -- > -- James Shields email@example.com P.O. Box 92 Westfield, IN 46074 U.S.A.