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In a message dated 2/23/2007 11:15:37 A.M. Central Standard Time, jacksonb@mts.net writes:
<<(Manchu Coffee x Capricornia) X ((Embassadora x Evening Echo) x Touch of Bronze).>>
See the large X in the middle?  That separates the pod and pollen parents. 
Everything to the left of the X is the pod parent.  In this case, it's a seedling using Manchu Coffee as the pod parent and Capricornia as the pollen parent. 
Everything to the right of the X is the pollen parent.  (of Only Fooling). (( Embassadora x Evening Echo) x Touch of Bronze. )  Embassadora was crossed with pollen from Evening Echo.  The resulting seedling was the pod parent and Touch of Bronze pollen was crossed onto it. 
The ( begins a cross and a corresponding ) ends a particular cross.  (( means there have been two crosses in this part.   The first ) to the right of the big X closes the infro in the first cross and the second ) closes the information for the second cross.  (Just for the pollen parent.) 
Betty W. in South-central KY Zone 6 ---If you don't cross them, you can't plant them!
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