The Query Database Menu enables you to do quick and simple daffodil searches or more complex ones.
You can see daffodil photos by doing nothing but keying "Pink" in the Daffodil Name. Once you see the results of the Pink query, you will understand how DaffSeek works. The Query Database Menu returns daffodil information for any match or partial match of the "Daffodil Name". For example a query for a daffodil name “Ice” will return a list of results including the names “Cherry Ice” or “Lemon Juice”.
Several of the query menu fields have check-boxes or 'modifiers'. These are provided to enable more precise or exact searches, but are not rquired for most queries.
For example, you may search for white daffodils with pink cups by entering "W" for Perianth Colors (petals), "P" for Corona Colors (cup), and checking "Exact Match" next to each of those fields.
Option has several additional query fields to aid
The "Special Classes" query will display daffodils on special lists, including the Miniature and Intermediate lists, from daffodil societies around the world.
The photographer's query can be set to see only the photos of a specific photographer or see all photos with the requested photographer's framed in red.
The Related Links Menu lists web pages related to daffodils.
Daffodil Databases – Lists all known Internet databases for daffodils.
National Daffodil Sites – The principal society or agency of countries.
Daffodil Sites - Web sites with interesting Daffodil subjects or themes. These sites are primarily non-commercial, and are meant to provide useful links for people interested in daffodils.
The Acknowledgments page recognizes volunteers that have contributed to DaffSeek.
Managers who collect and manage the daffodil data and others that manage and coordinate the handling of digital photographs.
Developers who design and program the features of the DaffSeek web site. They also design the processes for the updating of data and photos.
Translators who volunteer to translate DaffSeek from English to other languages.
Photographers from many countries who contributed their photos to DaffSeek.
Testers who evaluate DaffSeek for quality and errors. This international team gives valuable feedback about new features as well as DaffSeek's overall performance.
Volunteers who help DaffSeek in various ways not described above.
Quick Help – General Help Page.
Menu Bar Help – Information on menu bar selections.
Questions - Provides a web form to ask DaffSeek administrators questions.
Comments - A form for you to make comments or suggestions about DaffSeek.
DaffSeek – General description about the purpose of DaffSeek.
The ADS – Information about the American Daffodil Society.
Copyrights – Statements about the copyrights for web site, programming, daffodil data, and photographs.
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