It is absolutely known, without any questions what so ever, that Chem '91, Chem D, and Chem 4 are ALL related. (not sure Sis or Chem 1-3 have ever been entered) Phylos pairs them perfectly as the story was told, ironically enough.
What is interesting, in that equation that does show perhaps a deviation from the stories and assumed facts, is the ECSD doesn't pair to the '91. It pairs to D and 4 but not '91.
Chem '91 is more fuel. Chem D is more GARLIC and dirty hashy sweat socks. Chem #4 is more lemon/limey. Chem Sis is sharper/more acidic skunk with hints of the earthy garlic far in the background.
The chems, for the most part, all breed very differently. Chem '91 s1 entries in Phylos from nspecta show the scope of how they cluster around the '91. They are not as close to the parent as you'd expect, so their is a good deal of variation in her still.
THE REAL TELL - for a Chem '91 pheno is the oddly dark, rubber looking leaves. It's sort of "her thing" that makes her stand out. Also, look for stems that are heavily zig-zagged between internodes.
Good luck, moss!
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