I have much respect for the tremendous amount of work that was needed to make the monocot list Especially the complete lists of synonyms is valuable in most cases. However R Govaerts who seems to have compliled several ( all?) lists of recognized species cannot be a specialist on all genera (He made also lists of all Palms, Euphorbiaceae, Fabales etc). Moreover the list cannot be based on much if any new (DNA) data as these are not yet available. Consequently if I look only at the Narcissus list there are several instances were in my opinion not the proper choice was made. Moreover the number of species recognized ( 55 ) not to mention the large number of subspecies seems to clash with the much lower number of 26 species recognized in Flora Europaea by Webb. Still it is an improvement from the about 87 species recognized in the Daffodill register of 2006. So don't change labels too fast or at least keep the old label too.