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Re: Nightshade

--- In iris-photos@y..., "Harold Peters" <harold@d...> wrote:
> No, those are genetic haft marks. Virus marks are usually smaller
> spots/streaks that are darker.

Thanks, Harold, but I wasn't referring to the haft marks.  I was referring to 
those streaks of lighter purple toward the bottom of the falls.  Are virus 
markings always darker, and if so, what might have caused the lighter streaks 
on my NIGHTSHADE (assuming that isn't normal coloration for 



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