Another naming dilemma
Several years ago, my albomarginated Neo concentrica (since registered as N. Bill Morris) threw an albino pup. Normally that would be the kiss of death for a youngster, but this one had enough chlorophyll in the lower leaves to keep it alive. Still, I didn't want to remove it, so I left it attached to its mother for years and just enjoyed it. It never bloomed, but eventually it gave more pups with the same coloration, so I finally decided to try potting them up. They survived quite well on their own, so now I want to propagate the clone. While scrolling through FCBS, however, I noticed that there appear to already be two named cultivars that seem to have arisen the same way mine did, i.e. sports from Bill Morris: Rob Smythe's Monty and Freeman/Golinski's Cloud Nine.
I guess that's just one of BM's little quirks, it occasionally produces a semi-albino. The question is what do I call mine? I can't very well give it a new cv. name since it's virtually identical to the other two, but if mine is not actually a division from either of those, can it legitimately claim the same name? And if so, which one of the two? There really only should be one allowed, but when I asked (then) registrar Uncle D about it, he said he didn't think the two were the same, and that there was no evidence that either of them had come from B Morris. Later I read in one of the journals that Smythe's cv. was from BM, and Golinski credits concentrica A-M, which is the same thing, so I don't know how much more evidence you'd need.
At any rate, here's mine. What do you think I should call them?