■ (SPEC) Iris iberica subspecies lycotis (Woron.) Takht.
1915, Originally described as a species by Woronoff reduced to subspecies by Takhtajan
( G. (Jurij) Nikolajewitsch Woronoff
, 1915, Armenia, Middle Mountain region). Section Oncocyclus
; S6D; Mathew distinguishes this subspecies as having the carriage of the falls almost horizontal.
Correvon 1930. 2n=20, Zakharyeva, 1985. Iris iberica subsp. lycotis see cultivars; 'Heterochloa', 'Lycotis Magnifica', 'Lycotis panthera', 'Lycotis Pardus', 'Lycotis typica', and 'Pantera'.
(Alexander Grossheim, 1928). Section Oncocyclus; R3D; Dark cherry red ground color. Fl. Cauc. 1: 253. 1928; [Iris iberica Hoffm. subsp. lycotis var. magnifica Grossh.]
(Alexander Grossheim, 1928). Section Oncocyclus-S; Iris iberica Hoffm. subsp lycotis var. pardus. "With the standards veined and the falls spotted"-Mathew, The Iris. Synonym Iris lycotis var. pardus Grossh. [Iris iberica Hoffm. subsp lycotis var. pardus].
(Alexander Grossheim, 1928). Section Oncocyclus-S4; veined falls and standards, most common form Iris iberica Hoffm. subsp. lycotis var. lycotis-Mathew's The Iris.
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