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A bearded-beardless cross?

In a message dated 98-02-23 11:22:07 EST, Bill Shear wrote:

<< I don't know of even a single bearded-beardless hybrid.  Does anyone else?
 One assumes that this has been tried many times in the history of iris
 hybridizing. >>

The 1939 checklist has the tantalizing entry of "missouriensis x susiana" (N.
Williamson)  the reference is the July 1933 AIS Bulletin.  I tried
unsuccessfully to get that issue through the Botanic Gardens library.  Anyone
know anything about it?

Lowell Baumunk

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