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sport of a sport

Schmid lists Golden Boullion as a sport of Tokudama Flavocircinalis.  I have a a 3 year old "sport" of Golden Boullion.  It is similar to the Tok. Flav. but the margins are not as wide as the parent.  However, it is located in an area with much less light.  Is the sport an actual sport or would/could it be a reversion to Tok. Flav.? Put as a broader question,  do sports have their own sports?
Hank Zumach
Stoddard, WI
zone 4B

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