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Old 06-30-2014, 07:27 PM
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Hakumin, your knowledge and the way you present your ideas are very considerate and kind. I hope you come back more regularly!
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I was doing some research and I figure I should go into more depth:

Out of the striped variegations there are the following (these are not exhaustive):

Fukurin (覆輪, lit. ornamental border) - Marginal stripes, one on both edges of the leaf.

Types of Fukurin:
Dai-fukurin - Large marginal variegation
Ito-fukurin - Thin marginal variegation
Mimizuri - Thin marginal variegation that disappears towards the tip of the leaf
Tsume-fu - Marginal variegation just at the tip of the leaf
Kon-fukurin - Bluish green marginal variegation (darker than the main part of the leaf as opposed to yellow or white)
Naka-fu - Central stripe. Inverse marginal stripe. Sometimes this is considered fukurin, sometimes it's it's own category.

Genpei (源平, lit. Genji & Heike Clans, fig. two opposing sides) - Half and half variegation. One side of the leaf is variegated other side is green.

Genpei Types:
Genpei-jima - Half the leaf is solid white or yellow, the other half is striped.

Shima (縞) - Stripes. When used without additional specification can mean any type of striping, or just random striping.

Shima Types:
Kushi-me - Thin alternating stripes as if streaked with a comb.
Kon-Shima - Darker bluish green stripes
Chirifu-shima - Streaky, blurred stripes (what I originally referred to as nishiki)
Hade-shima - Mostly white or yellow leaves with a few subtle streaks of green
Jimi-shima - Mostly green with a few subtle streaks of variegation


My most current research suggests that "Nishiki" is often used as a catchall phrase for indistinct striping, which often ends up being fine streaky variegation. It says that the term "Nishiki-ba" used to be used in the Edo period to refer to all types of variegation. Which explains why the term Nishiki seems to be more hit or miss.

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TY TY such detailed info very much appreciated. It seems as if the detailing of these special little plants just never stops....Jean
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I compared all of my Neofinetia based on Hakumin's definitions and I have a better understanding of the stripping descriptions. I wish this note could be turned it into a sticky as this information should not be buried.
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I compared all of my Neofinetia based on Hakumin's definitions and I have a better understanding of the stripping descriptions. I wish this note could be turned it into a sticky as this information should not be buried.
YES! Someone needs to make this a sticky, awesome information here!
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I can't make it a sticky but I did bookmark this page so that I don't lose it.It is soooo valuable. I have checked all of my neos also Matt. I love my neos....Jean
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