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  • Subject: 12+12+8
  • From: "martweb2000" <martweb@gmx.net>
  • Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2001 14:47:40 -0000

I am looking for an Iris with a cromosome count of 12+12+8, a cross of 
either a I. chamaeiris (8+8+12+12) with a diploid TB (12+12) or a 
cross of I. pumila (8+8+8+8) with a tetraploid TB (12+12+12+12) and 
then crossed with a diploid TB (12+12). It is importand that this 
hybride has a typical pumila spot or a blue beard on an other colored 
It may be a very old one, it does not have to be new.


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