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yellow ventricosas

Summarizing: ther seem to be at least three different mutation for yellow in 
ventricosa that can be distinguised by their "behaviour"
1. the yellow edge from ventricosa Aureomarginata will give yellow seedlings 
that died in a few days.
2.v Aureomaculata will give yellow seedlings that survive These are 
yellow in spring but green up later . examples are my seedlings and 
Springold from T Avent
3. The sport due to a mutation in a green ventricosa This one stays 
yellow the whole season. Example Crystal Fountain from Bruce Banya
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
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