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Re: HYB LUMINATAS


--- In iris-talk@egroups.com, PAUL BLACK <midamerg@e...> wrote:
> Sorry Linda, I didn't mean to muddy the waters.  A pumila spot 
plicata
> seems to be the combination of both patterns (plicata and pumila 
spot)
> which would mean two distinct alleles.  Probably the most startling 
of
> these is Keith Keppel's IB, LOGO.  It appears as a pumila spot and 
then
> is surrounded by the plicata pattern.  I have an SDB I call Toad 
because
> of the strange, greenish brown coloring. It has a pumila spot and 
then
> is surrounded by not only plicata marks but small rings over the 
haft.
> It hasn't been particularly vigorous.  That is one of the hazards of
> working with recessive patterns is that they are usually weaker.  As
> Chuck responded, the remainder are just variations on the placement 
of
> the plicata markings.  I think I have a picture of Logo and will try 
to
> find time scan it if you don't know what it looks like.
> 
> Paul Black
> Zone 8  Salem, Oregon

I havn't noticed any of these type. They sound very interesting. 
Imagine a ringed luminata pumilla spot plicata!!!!!!!!! This would 
have  a red center, then a violet ring and then a yellow ring.


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