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Re: Wide Brim streaked...

In a message dated 7/30/00 11:49:03 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
halinar@open.org writes:

<<  A streaked plant will maintain the 
 streaked appearance as long as the L2 layer remains a mosaic mix, but 
 as soon as the different cells in the L2 layer start to sort 
 themselves out you start to loose the streaking.  

Ah, Joe, you are ruining everyone's fun!  So all the streaky plants that I 
have purchased, at not a cheap price are just going to turn into something 
common,  Oh, foot!  N.
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