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In a message dated 4/4/2004 10:45:49 PM Central Daylight Time, amnemachin@yahoo.com writes:
was wondering if you (or someone else out there) wouldn't mind giving me a brief review of the aril terminology - aril, arilbred, OGB, OGB+, etc...  I've seen it before, but haven't retained it.  Do you know which type is Esther?
Laurie, quickest place to pick up the terminology is the Aril Website:
There is also an Aril Robin list that people will be happy to answer questions! 
Sure was a beautiful shot of Esther-more and more aril/aril breds are hardy in northern climes! 
Keep the faith-Spring will soon come to you!  First two SDBs opened today in Missouri-Jewel Baby and Little Blue Eyes (in 6 years first one on dates ranging from 4-1 to 4-19!)
Rita Gormley
Gormley Greenery
Cedar Hill, MO
AIS Region 18, Zone 5

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