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Re: OT: Space and Space Age


From: "Mark Cook" <billc@atlantic.net>


> I would also advocate just folding the "Space Age" irises into the general
> TB class.  If we consider them a separate group, then we will have an
> endless multiplication of categories when horns, spoons, etc., begin to
> appear on MDBs, SDBs, BBs, etc. I think they are strong enough now to
> compete on their own and no longer need "affirmative action."

Bill,
     There already is at least one "Space Age" IB Iris.  HI has blue horns.

Mark A. Cook
billc@atlantic.net
Dunnellon, Florida.          [Mostly Cloudy, 95 F]


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