(SPEC) Iris fulvaurea Small aka 'Fulvaurea'
(John Kunkel Small
, 1931). Vinic; Y; The falls horizontal, crimson-scarlet with darker veins, the haft apricot-yellow, veined dark-crimson, the median ridge bright orange red; the standards apricot with crimson veins; the styles salmon-pink, with serrate, apricot-yellow crests.-- Bot. Int. Irid. Pl, Gulf States 344. N.Y. 1931 Yellow Fulva Schreiner 1932. [Collected Louisiana Iris].
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