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This term is used where the
in question has been
correctly as exhibiting two or more of the
Examples of a multiform daylily would be one that is both a spider and an unusual form, or a polymerous double.
(Tankesley-Clarke, 2004) UFo Crispate-Cascade & Double 98%
(Joiner-J. 2002) UFo Crispate & Double 98%
Sebastian The Crab
,(Joiner-J. 2003) registered as a Double & an Unusual Form.
(Hite-Davisson, 1999) is registered as a polymerous UF
All four photos: Julie Covington, used with permission.
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