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Re: What is a twinspot

Thanks, Bill. That helps.


At 04:20 PM 3/19/01 -0500, you wrote:
Gerry O'Neill asks, size=2> P.S. If anyone has read this far, could you explain what 'twinspots" are?
Hi Everyone, I've made a diagram of the twin spot I saw in an 'Amber Tiara' leaf. I believe Dr. Zonneveld will say this is what he also observed. I size=2>'m sure he can explain its significance and structure much better than I. size=2>
.......Bill Meyer
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