■ (SPEC) Iris pariensis Welsh
(Stanley L. Welsh
, 1986) Described in the Great Basin Naturalist (1986); considered a synonym of Iris missouriensis by The World Checklist. The only specimen known is one herbarium sheet. They lack of information makes this iris somewhat of a mystery. You be the judge, missouriensis or a separate species?
| Iris pariensis S.L.Welsh, Great Basin Naturalist 46: 256 (1986).
Distribution and Cultivation
|*Distribution:* Region: | Only one plant discovered and dried as specimen from the vicinity of the Pariah River, Utah
|*Cultivation:* | Not in cultivation
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