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[PHOTO] Re: Unknown Apparent Diploid

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] Re: Unknown Apparent Diploid
  • From: "laetitia munro" <lmmunro@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2002 05:32:45

I don't know what the name of that diploid is, but there is something 
growing at Presby Iris garden, called FABIAN which looks similar. It is from 
19th century I think, and does not look exact, but what the heck, here it is 
anyways. Yours is probably from the same era. I have also attached something 
I found growing in the Deckertown section of Sussex NJ, looks very old and 
similar too. Yours seems to have less yellow in the standards.

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