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Re: HYB: Umbrata

--- In iris-talk@egroups.com, Linda Mann <lmann@i...> wrote:
> Paul, are you saying the 'umbrata' pattern originated with SNOW 
> Or PEACH SPOT?  I was noticing that a lighter edge occurs on some of 
> 'weedy' old historics that are common in this area, but isn't as
> dramatic in appearance as, for instance, COPATONIC.  I don't trust 
> memory, but it seems like the edging was narrower and had less 

---I would classify the following as having the umbrata pattern. 
Wabash, Ringo, Escatic Echo, Magic Man, Magharee, Outrageous Fortune, 
Bristo Magic, Latin Lady, Viva La France, Sweeter than Wine, Crimson 
Snow, So Fine, Spin Off, Heavenly Body, Impressionist, etc. Some have 
more of an edge then others (pun intended) with Escatic Echo being 
particularly dramatic. The restriction of pigment from the edge seems 
to mostly effect the anthocyanin pigments but can effect both 
anthocyanin and carotine pigments.

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