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Re: RE:HYB:Plicata /Yellow/Yellow ring

Please do keep those photos coming, Chuck.  These are what get me 
through the winter without my iris fix.

Patricia Brooks, Iris Addict

--- In iris-talk@egroups.com, Chuck Chapman <irischapman@n...> wrote:
> I have posted two photos to iris-photo. The one photo is Greased 
Lightning, a
> seedling of Klingon Princess (carries luminata)X plicata seedling. 
This is a
> violet luminata with a yellow rim on standards and falls.If it 
wasn't a rim
> the center would be red or brown. (I have these photos also, will 
post later)
> There are quite a few seedlings of this pattern (Yellow rim with 
plicata) with
> many variations in the garden. Also a photo of a seedling of Light 
> (93-473-3). This also is a yellow rimmed plicata but with solid 
yellow ground
> standards and rimmed falls. A sibbling  (93-473-1) is yellow 
rimmed  with no
> other colour. This one looks like a plicata with yellow instead of 
violet. I
> have a photo to post but the photo doesn't show the dotting clearly.
> This is the result of re examining my photos and slides to try and 
answer the
> questions of plicata inheritence. I think that I have the evidence 
to support
> two allele sites but it is not yet clear which allele is at which 
site. I
> continue to sort out the evidence and will keep everyone posted. 
> interesting and unusuall cominatons to post. A yellow veined
(Streaked) plant
> and a peach streaked plicata on white ground, a red centered 
luminata on
> yellow rim etc. 
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