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Re: No Suitable tag

From: "wmoores" <wmoores@watervalley.net>

> Rhonda has a large, clear white, round spot on the falls. In the convention
> gardens she was often showing a streak of rim color, going from just under
> the tip of the beard to the bottom center of the falls.
> I *think*, but am not certain, that Ron called the effect: 'window paning'.
> Does anyone have any 'good words' on this subject?
> Cheers,
> Mike, www.worldiris.com

	Window paning is new to me....makes me think of vertical and 
horizontal lines.

	I have heard the following used in reference to this 'strange' 

		glint line

	WALTZ ACROSS TEXAS, a reblooming introduction of mine, 
will have a mid-stripe on rebloom for me but will not show it in the 
spring.  When I registered it, I was in a quandry about that 
line....whether it should be in the registration or not. I decided to 
leave it out, thinking it was caused by my weather conditions and 
might not appear elsewhere..  WAT is pictured in the current 
Sutton catalog, and there is no mid-stripe.  I do not know if the 
picture was taken in the spring or the fall, but, anyway, the stripe is 
not there.

	Keith Keppel could supply the correct terminology, I'm sure.

	Walter Moores
	Enid Lake, MS 7/8

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