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Re: RIS checklist - cumulative yrs?
  • Subject: Re: RIS checklist - cumulative yrs?
  • From: Tom Gormley <ad0b31c11@rewrite.hort.net>
  • Date: Sat, 4 Oct 2014 08:48:55 -0400

I think I have the originals of the RIS checklist as published in April
2008. They include the excel and word versions and a pdf of the cover. At
the time I was creating the CDs that were being sold. If there are other
copies out there that's just dandy but if not, who's in charge of the
updates? I'll send these to them.

On Sat, Oct 4, 2014 at 7:38 AM, Linda Mann <101l@rewrite.hort.net> wrote:

> I'm not sure when the first cumulative checklist was compiled.  Jim
> Ennenga gave me his old RIS rebloom checklist compilations, and I did go
> through and double check to make sure everything in the older lists was
> included in the current checklist.
> We used the 1998 checklist to help generate the 2008 version. Fortunately,
> there was an electronic copy of the database used to generate the 1998 book
> still on an old computer stored in a basement or attic.  We double checked
> to make sure my extraction of that info matched the printed 1998.  So the
> 2008 and subsequent versions <should> include all reports back to the stone
> age.
> Unfortunately, we don't have sources for all the reports, either in the
> 1998 or the 2008 versions.  Some in the earlier reports probably came by
> word of mouth, most probably from the RIS Recorder, published catalogs, and
> maybe mail robins.  The 2008 also included internet reports.  I also
> solicited information on sporadic rebloomers by email from Schreiners and
> other breeders.
> I haven't been involved since the 2008 version - I think Robin Shadlow is
> keeping up with new reports.
> One problem that will continue is that the USDA map used to collect
> information on Zones has changed twice (?) since the original publication.
> Presumably will continue to change.
>  On 10/3/2014 9:23 PM, Phloid wrote:
>> I'm told the RIS checklist is cumulative across years. Does anyone know
>> how many years of accumulation the 208 checklist would represent? Thanks
>> Shaub Dunkley
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