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RE: HYB: variegata as a name

I agree, it's an awkward  name. What I posted is a direct quote from the article, not my words. It does make a lot of sense to me to explain what we see and to explain some of the unexplained events like neglecta. 

My vote at this time would be 
1) Umbrata ( nice descriptive word)
2) Coronoa 
3) Variagata spot
4) Variegata-pattern

Chuck Chapman

From: "Neil A Mogensen" <neilm@charter.net>
Subject: [iris] variegata as a name

Chuck, if that fall overlay pattern were named a "variegata," then WABASH has
a "variegata," and so do Shah Jehan, Extravaganza, City of Lincoln (which is
"a" variegata), and most of collected Asiatic tetraploids too, judging by the
photos I've seen.  They have the appearance of having a fall overlay over
blue-violet or violet-blue ground color.

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