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SPEC: Pollen Color


Walter A. Moores wrote:

:    I noticed today the pollen from BANGLADESH was yellow, more like
:    the color of daylily pollen.

and Rick Tasco added:

:   ONLOOKER has yellow pollen also.  Don't you wish some other beardeds had
:   this much pollen.  You could probably pollenate 6 flowers with one
:   anther. 

Many oncos have bright yellow pollen, and can transmit this trait to their
arilbred descendants.  Sometimes this combines with the regelias blue and gree
with very interesting results -- like turquoise pollen.

Sharon McAllister
73372.1745@compuserve.com





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