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Re: HYB: caught in the act

>I caught another hybridiser in my garden this morning. Caught in the act,
>doing a quick pollenation of I. pseudocorus Phil Edinger, using pollen from
>I. pseudocorus Roy Davidson. Luckily I had my camera in hand, and will send
>a shot to iris-photos in a few days, when the film comes back.
>The little B..
>:-) Jan

I know you think we're thinking Ba...  but we know your humor... it's got to
be a cute little bee!
I remember the big bumble bees seemed to be attracted to pseudocurus during
out last spring... must be something special there!
Kitty L.

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