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A poor sandy soil is more suitable for the variegated kind, as this renders the variegation more constant.
The variegated form of C. scandens should be propagated by cuttings to hold the variegation.
On her breast was a collection of luminous stones, their variegation imitating the scales of the murena.
SALAMMBOGUSTAVE FLAUBERT
There are numerous varieties in cultivation, differing in the variegation of their leaves.
Primaries and most of the secondaries plain brownish-black, without the variegation of the last species.
BIRD GUIDECHESTER A. REED
Albinism and Variegation are apparently due to causes totally different from any yet mentioned.
DISEASE IN PLANTSH. MARSHALL WARD
The lack of the dark marking in the leaves was equivalent to the variegation in other varieties, only in a reverse direction.
If the colours are deep and rich, and the variegation harmonious, the effect is very fine.
In variegation insects certainly exceed every other class of animated beings.
In a corner by themselves we see the pile of vinegar nubbins—a tanned and soft variety of apple—in all stages of variegation.
PASTORAL DAYSWILLIAM HAMILTON GIBSON

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