Re: recessive amoenas
>Juri Pirogov wrote:
>> > Nr: J. Griffin Crump <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> > D`r`: 15 tebp`k=7F 1998 c. 3:42
>> > Wills, writing in 1946, was almost certainly describing the difficulty
>> > of working with recessive amoenas, since Paul Cook's dominant amoenas
>> > were not introduced until the 1950's.
>> do you know, if were remarkable recessive amoenas introduced after domina=
>> ones appeared?
>Juri -- I am not an authority on this, but am not aware of any after
>TRUDY (Tompkins, R. '64). You might want to review the thread on WABASH
>and recessive amoenas last January and February in the Archives.
>Griff Crump, along the tidal Potomac near Mount Vernon, VA
Lloyd Zurbrigg We should ceertainly mention Barry Blyth of Australia, who
has been working the recessive amoenas for many years. There have been many
comments fairly recently about these. Griff; I was surprised to learn of
your work in this field. A difficult field indeed!. L Z in Durham NC