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Re:HYB: more on TBs in SDB breeding

From: linda Mann <lmann@mailhub.icx.net>

Dorothy Willott wrote:
> Azurea is in the background of some of our MDBs through Cook 
> 1546.  It is considered to be a natural hybrid of I. pumila (32 chr,) and 
> another dwarf species with 40 chr

Interesting - thanks Dorothy.  So, would that 40 chromosome dwarf be
most likely to be MDB chamaeiris?  

I don't know beans about the littler irises, other than a little about
balkana/reichenbachii, variegata, & aphylla.

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA

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