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Re: puzzle for Chris Darlington

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: puzzle for Chris Darlington
  • From: "Christopher Darlington" <chris.darlington@sympatico.ca>
  • Date: Mon, 19 Jul 2004 04:40:22 -0000

Hi Donald,

Sorry for the delay on this :-)  Sure looks like a horn to me, much 
more than a beard spine extension/protohorn.  On the fall that 
doesn't have the horn, there's a pronounced beard spine.  

Very interesting how this would surface in a seedling with no know SA 
back ground but not in those big clear MOON RAKER x DESERT MOONLIGHT 
seedlings of yours.  All this leaves me once again, scratching my 
head,  trying to understand SA genetics.


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