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Re: SA's

I've cross posted this info and parentage information to both The SA 
Robin and Iris photos. This type of info is of great interest to me, 
It deserves at spot in the SA archives.  

Donald Eaves wrote on Iris Photos:


> Hubble Space Telescope
> 80-130:(Sdlg. x Dresden Gold) X Abu Zabad

DRESDEN GOLD is also an arilbred. An OGB commonly referred to as a
halfbred. ABU ZABAD is an OGB+, or more than half. With that as
the parentage, HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE would be an arilbred
genetically with at least an OGB- classification, commonly referred
to as quarterbreds, and possibly even an OGB even if the seedling
was a TB. Has HST been used as a parent?

Donald Eaves

Hi Donald,
I as well find this extremely interesting.  I checked my daubing 
records and found the HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE set 3 pods for me in 
2002.  The pollen parents were WILD JASMINE, GAMBLER, and one other 
TB.  Potential parents are either BEVERLY SILLS, STUDY IN BLACK or 
AMERICAN EAGLE.  I lost the tag but my note book claims that I made 
these crosses.  I checked this morning quickly with a flash light 
found 6 HST seedlings in the bed from WJ and GAMBLER crosses.  I 
found 4 seedlings from the unknown cross in the bin that I brought 
inside.  Aril blood in HST content may explain my initial complaint 
of small/thin looking seedlings.  I'm going to guard these seedlings 
with my life now since Fluff already knocked the bin off the window 
sill into the kitchen sink.  This cat is really cute but he's a 
pest ;-)


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