Someone brought one to an Iris talk In Prescott, AZ. I think it was for Immortality that someone had. I believe it was Francella out of Scottsdale, but was so new at time, didn't think to ask her if she did it or are there people that just work on that sort of thing.
I've ask John at irisregister. He says there may be people that do this.
Also he helped me w what all those ((())) etc mean.
And someone else sent me this example.
What follows the colon is characterized by the parentheses. This will make it clearer:
Countryman X Outreach
seedling X Cheesecake
Seedling X Piping Hot
seedling D175-7 X Shoop seedling 73-4
Confectionery is the pod parent since it is listed first
HD175-A is the pollen parent, listed second.
Now, I'm trying to figure out a way to set this up as a tree like you do a family tree.
Date: 11/24/06 13:28:42
Subject: [SPAM] Re: [iris-photos] AIS REGISTER-spelling swap
you must register at the iris registration database of the American Iris Society
then go to the bottom of the page and click on the red rectangle
then follow what they say
Loic TASQUIER zone 6 - Nederland
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Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2006 5:42 PM
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] AIS REGISTER-spelling swap
Would like to know more about how you make the family tree for iris.
Date: 11/22/06 08:04:51
Subject: [iris-photos] AIS REGISTER-spelling swap
I can only say that with respect to"Welcome Aboard", the the
descriptions listed below accurately reflect the information in the
1999 and 1989 Checklists. I did not compare the rest of the
So there was no typing mistake in the irisregister information (in this
case at any rate). The '99 Checklist information in irisregister was
compiled from the original electronic version of the Checklist itself
(that is to say, the file that was sent to the printer). The '89
Checklist and prior were scanned and converted and have a few problems
with special characters (" in particular and others)
That is not to say that Ben did not make a mistake when he sent in the
registration information, but to have made the same mistake in so many
registrations spread over such a long time is not particularly
believable. Nor do I believe that the Registrar at the various times
would have made such a consistent mistake.
To my knowledge, Ben was a very careful record keeper. That he, early
on, confused Welcome Aboard with Welcome Reward is possible, anything
is) but in my mind doubtful.
I will ask the Registrar, but doubt we will get any further information,
On Nov 22, 2006, at 12:42 AM, loic tasquier wrote:
> I Think there's sth to check hereÂ
> As i was making the tree ofÂ WIND OF CHANGEÂ i thought sth was wrong:
> look at the picture of WELCOME REWARD,Â it CANNOT BEÂ the father!
> When you compare with it's sibling 4657 NEPTUNE'S COATÂ you understand
> there must have been a swap in the spellingÂ between WELCOME ABOARD and
> WELCOME REWARD
> Especially if you consider that Hager had already used WELCOME ABOARD
> sibÂ in AUTUMN CLOUD and BLUE ANEW
> AUTUMN CLOUDS
> (Ben Hager, R. 1990). Sdlg. RE4384BlWh. TB 45" (114 cm) M & RE
> "Lightly ruffled pale blue, fading to blue white; beards blue white.
> T3532LtBl: (White Elephant sib x Avalon Bay) X Welcome Aboard sib.
> Melrose 1990.
> BLUE ANEW
> (Ben Hager, R. 1990). Sdlg. RE4384RndBl. TB 32" (81 cm) M & RE
> Medium blue; beards blue white. T3532LtBl: (White Elephant sib x
> Avalon Bay) X Welcome Aboard sib. Melrose 1990.
> NEPTUNE'S CLOAK
> (Ben Hager, R. 1989). Sdlg. T4657RfLtBl. TB 36" (91 cm) M.
> Ruffled clear light true blue; white beard. T3532LtBl: (White Elephant
> blue sib x Avalon Bay) X Welcome Aboard. Roris Gardens 1992.
> WINDS OF CHANGE
> (Ben Hager, R. 1992). Sdlg. RE4657LtBl. TB 36" (91 cm) M & RE.
> "Fluted and ruffled light sky blue; beards white, tipped yellow in
> throat. T3532LtBl: ((Geometrics sib x Ice Sculpture) x Avalon Bay) X
> Welcome Reward. Melrose 1993. HM 1997"
> I know it's not very important, and it won't change the face of the
> earth, but it's worth to pass the information to John Jones who
> himself can pass it to the person who can correct the data base..
> I think the AIS Register is a FANTASTIC tool, i've been studying on it
> for 2 years now and the amount of knowledge you gradually absorb is
> I feel it's my duty to add my small contribution to make it better.
> Hope i'm not the only one who feels that way!
> Loic TASQUIERÂ Â Â Â zone 6 - Nederland
> Â Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
> <welcome reward71sundt.jpg><welcome aboard88hager.JPG>