User talk:Ramon de L
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Wikipedia articles need inline citations. Even if all the information presently in Cereus (plant) is derived from Anderson, it needs inline citations – see e.g. Cactus and how it uses Anderson. One reason is that an editor may add information from another source. Then it wouldn't be clear which bits came from which source. If you need any help with adding inline citations, please ask. I'm always glad to see more editors interested in cacti. Peter coxhead (talk) 17:29, 3 April 2013 (UTC)
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