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    Sigh. There is no problem distributing them as long as you correctly label them as what they are , IMHO.
    I know in "Savage Garden" , Peter mentions that he destroys the seed his hummingbirds make, as he has no idea what pollen ends up in what plant. P. 'John Rizzi' came from some "hummingbird mix" seed, I believe.
    Anyhow, maybe that is where the idea of not distrubting them came from.

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    F2 hybrids may not come true to the standard cultivar description, in which case they may not be regarded as the cultivar. Sure, you can redistribute the material before confirming this, but you may not use the cultivar *name* until you have determined that the plant conforms to the standard. In this case the flower is essential for the determination, so no plants should be distributed by this name prior to their flowering.
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    I'm sure the plants don't care, though, and they will make nice pets for us CP lovers. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]

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    F2 hybrids could cause potential identification issues for collectors in the future. Not everyone maintain the records thoroughly.

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    Wait a minute. This discussion is missing an important point. Spectabilis73 said:
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    Quote[/b] ]Pinguicula 'Sethos' x Pinguicula esseriana seedlings
    This is not a F2 hybrid issue and he did not say that he would distribute the seedlings as 'Sethos' or even 'Sethos' F2. The breeding would be clear that the plants were not the cultivar, but were the offspring of 'Sethos' x esseriana.

    To be perfectly safe, one could call the offspring [(ehlersiae x moranensis) x esseriana], but it provides more information about the parents to use 'Sethos' x esseriana, because 'Sethos' is a particular genetic expression of the ehlersiae x moranensis breeding.

    In my Photo Finder, I have links to 'Sethos' x gypsicola and 'Sethos' x moranensis fraser.

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