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[PHOTO] RE: Glaciata sdb (Eramosa Snowball)

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] RE: Glaciata sdb (Eramosa Snowball)
  • From: Chuck Chapman <irischapman@netscape.net>
  • Date: 17 Dec 00 10:34:12 EST

This is an example of the glaciata pattern. Four sets of the glaciata gene.
This is a subset of the plicata pattern and is represented as "pla pla pla
pla" This is Eramosa Snowball. It has a white glaciata "pla pla pla pla" as
one parent and Transcibe, a fancy plicata ( plu pla pla pla) as the other
parent. From this cross is 1/2 glaciatas and 1/2 fancy plicatas.

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