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Re: SA: protohorns

In a message dated 1/6/2004 1:12:49 PM Central Standard Time, jukp@aha.ru writes:

horn-like beards on species Iris aphylla.

Thanks Juri,
As is often the case, your picture prompts more questions.
To what degree is iris aphaylla involved in the background of tall bearded iris genetics if at all?  Are you aware of any other species irises exhibiting horns or protohorns?

You should get involved in the SAGE project. You have a lot to offer such an effort.

Bill Burleson

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