>As regards to pictures - you can upload them to the WIKI pages - but - >unfortunately - I have to admit I did not yet understand the advices there >and I prefer to send links of my image files which are hosted by >photobucket: **This is a perfect time to remind people, newbies and oldsters, who want to upload photos to the Wiki pages to go to http://pacificbulbsociety.org/pbswiki/index.php/… and follow the directions. Pertinent points: Name your file with underscores, preferably. Genus_species_PhotographerInitials.jpg eg. Brodiaea_elegans2_SH.jpg Captialize Genus, underscore, lower case species photo number, underscore, initials, period, jpg Sizing your photo file: File size UNDER 100k, resolution no more than 72 dpi. Photos wider than taller: width NO MORE than 600 pixels. Photos taller than wider: height NO MORE than 500-550 pixels. This allows viewing on most browser screens without scrolling. See the Upload files page http://pacificbulbsociety.org/pbswiki/index.php/… for uploading your file. See Adding pages for information on adding pages http://pacificbulbsociety.org/pbswiki/index.php/… Remember to sign in with your name as one word (WikiWord) using capital letter first name, capital letter last name, e.g. SusanHayek. If you sign in any other way you'll receive an error message. When you accomplish getting your file added to a page =D> , please announce the new file by PAGE URL, not photo URL. We move files into subdirectories on the administrative site, and if you give the group the link to the photo, when it is moved the list members will not be able to link to it. For example: Mary Sue added a photo file to the Nerine page. The link to the photo will be the genus page URL http://pacificbulbsociety.org/pbswiki/index.php/… NOT a photo file URL. Any questions ? -- susan hayek, North Coast of CA, USA, zone 9b, Sunset zone 17. 15 miles south of Eureka, CA, with a peek of the ocean.