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>I'm still working on my catalogue and I'm struggling with names. This is an 
>SDB  of the ringed plicata lines that I'm introducing. I'm not sure if its 
>a ringed zonal or a ringed luminta. It does have the clear beard, stylearms 
>and hafts.
>Any suggestions re suitable name? The only one that I have thought of is 
>"Sorcerers Aprentice"
>Chuck Chapman, Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Zone 4/5

Thinking of the TB "WILD WINGS" how about WILD RINGS?
Chuck - Mike Sutton offers a piece of the named cv to the person who 
provides the final registered name for him. How about it? :-)
Cheers, Jan Clark.
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