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  Re[2]: natural variegation - terms
From: alistair_hay at rbgsyd.gov.au on 1999.01.22 at 00:45:24(2938)
Thanks for this and the reference. The adaptive significance is what I
am after some ideas on. Schismatoglottis is interesting since
populations (within a species) occur in the wild in which there are
individuals with markedly different clonally stable variegation
patterns and individuals with no variegation at all.

[Thanks Dewey for the Soepadmo article: my message to your address
kept bouncing]


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