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[PHOTO] Re: HYB: Interesting recessive trait

  • Subject: [PHOTO] Re: [iris-photos] HYB: Interesting recessive trait
  • From: "Hensler" hensler@povn.net
  • Date: Tue, 9 Dec 2003 11:27:34 -0800

Another kid from ADRENALINE RUSH. Papa was I. pseudacorus. This one is registered as SHAPE SHIFTER. We could see bloom on her kids as early as this coming year.
We've managed to set pods on AR using Iris fulva but (so far) haven't been able to take the seeds to maturity. Funny thing about some of the unbalanced F1 hybrids is that they have less of a barrier to crosses with a 3rd species.
I've just begun work with a seedling from I. pseudacorus/I. fulva breeding which is also an unbalanced hybrid. It's proven to cross to unrelated pseudacorus, fulva, and surprisingly ... versicolor.

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