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H plantaginea 'Japonica'

Just to be sure I again measured the total amount of DNA of H 
plantaginea 'Aphrodite' and H plantaginea 'Japonica' The latter I 
brought with me from the garden of the White Egret Castle in Japan 
I measured 24.2 pg for Aphrodite and 24.4 pg for Japonica So there 
is no significant difference between them. As moreover 'Japonica' 
does not  show any sign of being a hybrid I still conclude that H 
plantagina ""Japonica ' is just plain H plantaginea and not a hybrid. 
A H plantaginea ,Japonica' received from S Chamberlain had pure 
yellow anthers. The small difference in leaf shape must be allowed 
in any species.
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
Fax: 31-71-5274999

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