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Re: SEA GULLs & SEAGULLs


In a message dated 97-09-30 22:51:29 EDT, you write:

>superceded both Graves' 1946 SEA
>GULL (two words) and Farr's 1922
>SEAGULL (one word).
>
>Doesn't mean that it is, of course....
>
>

Well besides for the horrendous muddle this all is with lots of
duplicates.... the question springs to mind WHY WOULD ANYONE (much less a
bunch of fine folks) NAME A BEAUTIFUL FLOWER AFTER A 'RAT WITH WINGS'?????
 Yikes!

But then of course there's Blue Butt Baboon (just kidding)
and in daylilies, there's possibly the worst name every selected... 'BOOGER'

(I'm not making this up)

Kathyguest... early and I've not had enough coffee to use good sense
in East Aurora, NY





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