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Re: COMP: database update

From: Mike Lowe <mlowe@worldiris.com>

Dennis Kramb is updating his database and has the following entry:

>    66.Lodestar (MTB, Hall, 1925) - Historic

Having seen Lodestar growing I would VERY much question the designation of
Miniature Tall Bearded. Its flower is too big and the stalk is too coarse.
If we only had an officially accepted designation: Short Tall!

Jean Witt did a précis on which historics had been adjudged as MTBs by the
Median Iris Society MTB committee. The listing was published in ROOTS, Fall
'92, pg. 14 and does not contain Lodestar. I believe the 1990 Median Check
List also incorporates this listing. Incidentally, 'Hall' is Charles Henry
Hall from Ingomar, Pennsylvania.



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