It has also been somewhat too generally stated that peloria occurs principally on luxuriant vigorous plants.
peloria of this kind, when perfect, is very often associated with other alterations.
"On the existence of two forms of peloria," by M. T. Masters.
To this latter form of peloria it is proposed to give the distinctive epithet of irregular.
peloria, too, of either form, affords excellent illustrations of the co-existence of one changed condition with another.
peloria, an abnormal return to regularity and symmetry in an irregular flower; commonest in Snapdragon.
A similar alteration accompanies this form of peloria in other flowers (see peloria).
From overlooking the occasional existence of this form of peloria, new genera have sometimes been formed on insufficient grounds.
This change is sometimes classed with peloria, but there is no abnormal regularity in these cases.