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    Black mage is what you're thinking of.

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    Awsome plant - Where did you get it?
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    Catsbaei vary greatly. I just saw 100s of variations while bogging along the gulf coast this weekend. It could be a back cross on flava or purp. It is hard to tell. It also depends on the source. It looks like Catsbeai to me.
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    Looks kinda like a new type, that'd be cool
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    Would a backcross of catesbaei with purp allow the flowers to show no yellow? If so, I'd have to agree that that's probably it's lineage.
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