■ (SPEC) Iris uniflora Pallas
1820, Botanical author Pallas
Iris uniflora Pallas.
(Peter Simon Pallas
, 1820, Eastern Siberia); Section Limniris
, Series Ruthenicae
, Color Code-B7D; Dark red-toned blue self; Wada 1937; 1938; dwarf form of Iris ruthenica. In The Iris, Brian Mathew notes "The Flora of the USSR separates this as a distinct species, distinguished from Iris ruthenica
by having broader leaves and stems close to the flowers rather than on the lower part of the stem as in Iris ruthenica
Images on Irises of Russia website
| MSS. ex Link. Jahrb. 1: 3, 71. 1820;
| Fig. 18. Waddick & Zhao, Iris of China, 1992, illustrated in color.
2n=48, Scolovskaya; 2n=42, Doronkin 1984; 2n=16, Sok & Prob. 1986; 2n=42, Zakharjeva, 1990.
- var. uniflora
- var. caricina Kit.
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