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Re: Anthurium hybrids

Tom and Beth are in Lita Ecuador right now and will not be back till the
end of the month.  At that time, send Beth a message giving the TC numbers
and she will be able to track it down for you...

>have a batch of seedlings,from a Tom Croat X done 10 years ago,
>T.C.782, papillilaminum x  dressleri .Peter Sargent pollinated the plant
>about 18 months ago,and cannot remember if anything else was in flower at
>the time.But it looks like Anth. splendidum might have been involved
>somewhere !IN this F2 batch some look like both parents, but a few look to
>have a lot of splendidum in them.
>Another excellent hybrid done here in Queensland,Australia is
>splendidum x crystallinum,[Equatorial Exotics]
>We have 4 other plants with just T.C.nos. could anyone help me with the
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Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut
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