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January Bulletin

Rusty wrote:

>  My bulletin got here yesterday, and I was looking at the pictures (i d=
>  that real good) of all the aril-tb crosses, and there are a few things=

>  that I don't understand.  =

The terminology comes from White's
time for authenticity's sake  -- so
please do ask questions!

>  What is Pogon?  =

Bearded, of whatever height..  =

>  and why do the 2 irises in the
>  "E" class look just like TB's when from what I can understand in the
>  article, they aren't completely,

They are more TB than aril, thus
look more like their TB ancestors.

>   and the last thing, where can I get the
>  2 irises in the "E" class.

Good question, as we won't be
listing them this year.  I selected
photos to illustrate the article, not
necessarily to promote sales!

Sharon McAllister

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